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BARKER GENEALOGY 


ROBERT of Plymouth Colony 1628 
JOHN of Duxbury, Mass. 1628 

JAMES of Rhode Island 1634 

JAMES of Rowley, Mass. 1638 

EDWARD of Branford, Conn. 1640 
RICHARD of Andover, Mass. 1643 
SAMUEL of Delaware 1682 

VIRGINIA Barkers 1700 


Elizabeth Frye Barker 


Frye Publishing Co. 
15 West 107TH Street 

NEW YORK 

1927 


MADE IN U. S. A. 















TRANSPLANTED 


Over the sea sailed the Mayflower 
Three hundred long years ago 
Bringing stalwart plants to Plymouth 
From England’s bright hedge-row. 

They grew mid storm and disaster, 

Were pruned with a sharpened blade, 

Which only increased their branches 
And greener their verdure made. 

Till the land of promise was conquered, 

And a forest of liberty grew, 

While from every tree top freely 
Their flag of victory flew. 

While spread on the earth beneath them 
Were vestments in royal array, 

Wrought of purple asters and sumachs 
And the rod with the golden spray. 

Well earned these autumnal splendors, 

“Old England” made “New” in this land, 
For each deep sturdy rootlet 

Made both colors and characters grand. 

—Elizabeth Frye Barker. 








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NAME AND HISTORY 


The name BARKER is supposed to come from the Anglo-Saxon 
word Beorc or from the Anglo-French word Berquier, meaning 
Shepard, some say the first to use the name was a tanner and used 
the bark of trees in his trade. Variations of the name are 
Le Barkere; Barke; Barka and Barkar. 

The family is of Anglo-Saxon origin and has been a very 
influential and interesting one. 

Sir Christopher Barker, the Garter King of Arms, assisted at 
the coronation of Anna Boleyn and Edward VI. Robert Barker 
made the first edition of the King James version of the English 
Bible in 1611. Edmund Barker was a metaphysician and friend 
of Samuel Johnson. Collet Barker, 1784-1831, was an explorer 
and Mt. Barker in Australia was named for him. Benjamin 
Barker was an artist, whose pictures are in the British Museum. 
Joseph Barker of Leeds, Eng. founded the sect called Barkerites. 
George Barker was a philanthropist, whose statue is in Birming¬ 
ham, Eng. Capt. James Barker assisted in the victory of the 
Nile. Sir George Barker fought in the Crimean war. 

In America, many Barkers served in the early wars, over 200 
served in the Revolution, more than a dozen were officers in the 
war of 1812, many more served in the Civil, Spanish and World’s 
wars. Some of the most illustrious men were Jacob Barker, the 
banker and ship owner, Abraham Barker, the “Nestor of Finance,” 
Wharton Barker, the Bimetallist, Rear-Admiral Albert S. Barker 
U.S.N., Prof. George F. Barker, scientist, Col. Thos. Barker, 
prominent lawyer, Dr. Benj. Fordyce Barker, eminent obstetrical 
surgeon. So the list goes on of valiant men and women, who 
became early settlers in America and bore without complaint their 
full share of the burdens of this Country, loved liberty and their 
fellowmen, struggled for independence and peace, through every 
stirring event down to the present day. 





6 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


Intensive research has failed so far to produce the connecting 
link for American Barker families with those of England, save 
in the lines of Robert of Plymouth Colony and his brother John 
of Duxbury, but the search goes on. 

This work is based on Town Records and Deeds, Church 
Records and Family Records, after exhaustive investigation and 
study. Where dates and names were uncertain space is given to 
be filled in later by proven facts. I wish to thank all who have 
furnished family records and thank especially Mr. H. C. Strippel 
and Mr. G. F. Dirks of the Genealogical Dept, of N. Y. Public 
Library and Mr. Chas. Washburn of the library of N. Y. His¬ 
torical Society, for their untiring and valuable assistance in 
research. 

As no genealogy is perfect or complete and in order to keep up 
the records, your historian desires to hear family facts and tradi¬ 
tions from all Barker descendants in America or elsewhere, that a 
complete Roll of Honor may be kept. 

E. Frye Barker, 

15 West 107 Street, 

New York City. 

Historian of the Barker Family. 

Life Member of the New York Historical Society. 










THE BARKER COAT OF ARMS 

The Coat of Arms here shown was confirmed in England in 
1278 by Edward I, 1272-1307, and is the earliest known Barker 
Coat of Arms. 

see Robert of Plymouth Colony. 

There are over fifty different Barker Coat of Arms, of which 
your historian has hand painted copies of forty, the most legitimate 
one for the lines in America to use is the one given here. 

The lines of Robert and John also trace back to this Coat of 
Arms. 























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JAMES OF RHODE ISLAND 









JAMES OF RHODE ISLAND 

James Barker is said to have been born in Essex Co. England 
in 1617, his sister Christiana married as second husband, a Capt. 
Thos. Beecher and sailed with him to America in 1630, settling 
in Charlestown, Mass. 

James mother having died about 1620, it was but natural for 
the father (also James by name) to plan to join his eldest daughter 
in America. On 3-24-1634, Father and son sailed from South¬ 
ampton, Eng. on the ship Mary & John, Robt. Sayres, Master. 
The father died on the voyage and James jr. was taken in charge 
by a passenger, Nicholas Easton, who later married James’s sister 
Christiana. 

James was Corporal in 1644 for Newport, R. I., Ensign in 
1648, was Member of General Court of Elections, Newport in 
1648, in 1655, Ye Rule of Freeman of Ye Colonies of every 
Towne, James name is on the Newport, R. I. list, in 1655-61-63 
he was Member of Court of Commissioners, in 1661 he and 
40 others petitioned for a tract of land (now Westerly, R. I.) 
dividing it into 18 shares, James receiving y 2 share, was also one 
of the trustees, was for many years a teaching brother amongst 
the Baptists. 

On 4-4-1676, it was voted ‘that in the troublesome times and 
straits in this colony, (King Philip’s war) the assembly desiring 
the advise and concurrence of the most judicious inhabitants of 
it may be had for the whole, we desire at their next sittynge, the 
company and counsel of Mr. Benedict Arnold, John Clarke, James 
Barker and 13 others and the General Sergeants, to inform the 
several persons, the assembly’s desire thereon.” 

James was Deputy Governor in 1678 after the death of Gov. 
Coddington. In 1644 he married Barbara, dau. Wm. and Frances 
(Latham) Dungan. b. 1628; d. ; she was grand¬ 

daughter of Lewis Latham, Falconer to King Charles I. James 
d. 1702. 

Issue born in Newport, R. I. 

2 Elizabeth b 1646 d 7-5-1676 

m 11-30-1666 Nicholas Easton 

3 James b 1648 d 


12-1-1722 



12 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


4 

Joseph 

b 

1650 

d 


5 

Mary 

b 


d 

9-19-1723 


m 


Elisha Smith 




2 m 

4-16-1677 

Isreal Arnold 



6 

Sarah 

b 


d 

unm 

7 

Peter 

b 


d 

1725 

8 

Christiana 

b 


d 



m 


Wm. Phillips 



9 

William 

b 

1662 

d 

11-3-1741 



SECOND 

GENERATION 


3 

Capt. James was freeman in 1675, Member Court Martial, 

Newport, R. I. 

1676, Deputy Gov. 1678-1 

716, 

Ass. Capt. 1703- 


5-6-8-C)-, was on Committee chosen and empowered to proportion 
and affix rates of ‘grain and other specie’ to be received as pay 
for a tax, 1 bu. corn to be accepted at 2 s. barley is. 8 d. rye 
2 s. 6 d. oats 4 d. wool 9 d. wheat 3 d., on Com. appointed by 
Proprietors to divide ‘Common lands’ 1702-15, receiving 18 acres 
as his share in 1702, in 1707 was a member of the 2cd. Baptist 
church, which seperated from the First Church. He married 



1673 

Sarah, dau. 

Wm. and Mary 

(Gould) Jefferey. 

b. 

1656; d. 2-11-1736. 




Issue born 

in Newport, R. I. 

10 

James 

b 

12-4-1675 d 

3-26-1758 

11 

William 

b 

d 

5-2-1749 unm 

12 

Nicholas 

b 

d 

13 

Mary 

b 

3-13-1678 d 

12-30-1718 


m 

10-18-1706 

Rev. Joshua Winsor 

14 

Abigail 

b 

10-16-1681 d 



m 

1-27-1708 

John Wright 


15 

Priscilla 

b 

d 

2-12-1732 


m 


Robt. Lawton 

16 

Jane 

b 

d 

7-16-1763 


m 


Thos. Lawton 


17 

Jeremiah 

b 

1-16-1699 d 

4-4-1760 

4 

Joseph was a farmer and married 

Sarah Read. 


18 Joseph 

19 Peter 


Issue born in Newport, R. I. 

b d 

b d 





JAMES OF RHODE ISLAND 


13 


7 Peter was a husbandman and Seventh Day Baptist. He 
married 1692 Freelove, dau. John and Damans (Arnold) 

Bliss, b. 11-16-1672; d. 1708; married (2) 

1712 Susanna, dau. Tobias and Mary (Peckham) Saunders, b. 
; d. 1733 - 


20 

Penelope 

Issue born 

b 

in Newport, 

1694 

R. I. 

d 

21 

Freelove 

b 

1698 

d 

22 

Peter 

b 

1701 

d 

23 

Thomas 

b 

12-31-1703 

d 

24 

Hannah 

b 


d 

25 

Joseph 

b 


d 

26 

John 

b 


d 

27 

Mary 

b 


d 


m 

4-22-1731 

Capt. James 

Wells 

28 

Sarah 

b 


d 

29 

Barbara 

b 


d 

30 

Susanna 

b 


d 

31 

Patience 

b 


d 


9 William was a successful farmer and a member of the 
Society of Friends. He married 10-1-1687 Eliz., dau. Peter and 
Ann (Coggeshall) Easton, b. 2-18-1666; d. 3-24-1715. 




Issue born 

in Newport, 

R. I. 


32 

Ann 

b 

11-29-1688 

d 

n-30-1738 


m 


John Hedley 



33 

Elizabeth 

b 

5-24-1690 

d 


34 

James 

b 

1-26-1692 

d 

2-19-1750 

35 

Patience 

b 

4-27-1694 

d 


36 

Peter 

b 

1-28-1696 

d 

1-19-1788 

37 

Mary 

b 

1-10-1698 

d 



m 

5-27-1736 

John Gould 



38 

William 

b 

4-9-1700 

d 


39 

Frances 

b 

3-10-1702 

d 


40 

Wait 

b 

6-2-1705 

d 


4 i 

Joshua 

b 

11-10-1707 

d 

1745 

42 

Abigail 

b 

11-10-1707 

d 

10-11-1793 unm 





14 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


THIRD GENERATION 

io James received 12 acres in Barker Swamp in 7-17-1702, 
clearing it for a home, was freeman in 1704, Deputy to the General 
Assembly 1709-1717-1725-26, was Moderator of meeting of Pro¬ 
prietors in 1744. He married 1699 Mary Cook. b. 

1679; d- 2-24-1758. 




Issue born 

in Middletown, R. 

I. 

43 

James 

b 

12-30-1700 

d 

3-27-1772 

44 

Phoebe 

b 

2-17-1702 

d 

9-10-1711 unm 

45 

Mary 

b 

4 - 3-1705 

d 

7-6-1705 unm 

46 

Mary 

b 

5-9-1706 

d 

8-9-1772 


m 


Wm. Greene 



2 m 

I- 9 -I 755 

Job Mason 



47 

Priscilla 

b 

7-26-1708 

d 

2-16-1764 


m 

8-29-1728 

John Clarke 



48 

John 

b 

12-18-1710 

d 

3 -i 7 -i 777 

49 

Robert 

b 

6-2-1712 

d 


50 

Sarah 

b 

12-30-1714 

d 

9-1-1715 unm 

5 i 

Peleg 

b 

7-11-1716 

d 

3-14-1794 

52 

Phebe 

b 

11-14-1717 

d 

n-10-1757 


m 

1-23-1736 

Wm. Peckham 


53 

Deborah 

b 

1-17-1720 

d 



m 

9-14-1738 

Hezekiah Hoar 



54 

James 

b 

12-12-1725 

d 

y unm 


17 Jeremiah was a farmer and married 
lope Hicks, b. 7-24-1703; d. 1760. 


1724 Pene- 


Issue born in Middletown, R. I. 


55 Sarah 

m 

56 Caleb 

57 Joshua 

58 Priscilla 

59 Mary 

60 Jeremiah 

61 Edward 

62 Penelope 

63 Susanna 


b 

7-14-1745 

b 

b 

b 

b 

b 

b 

b 

b 


4 - 5-1725 
Jos. Howland 
11-1-1726 
11-1-1726 
11-24-1728 
10-3-1730 

2-24-1732 

4 - 13-1736 

4-22-17 

6-29-1744 


d 

d 

d 

d 

d 

d 

d 

d 

d 


2-12-1779 




JAMES OF RHODE ISLAND 


15 


18 Joseph was a farmer and married 

Issue born in 

64 James Willard b d 


34 James was a prosperous farmer and a member of the 
Society of Friends, being an Elder of the meeting. He married 
12-1-1715 Eliz., dau. Abraham and Hannah (Mott) Tucker, b. 
8-24-1691; d. 4-2-1768. 




Issue born 

in Dartmouth, 

Mass. 


65 

William 

b 

7-1-1716 

d 

1-10-1796 

66 

Abraham 

b 

3-25-1718 

d 

2-27-1775 

67 

Hannah 

b 

5-10-1719 

d 

6-17-1740 

68 

Elizabeth 

b 

1-20-1721 
Sam’l King 

d 

1799 


m 




69 

Mary 

b 

5-14-1722 

d 

6-9-1783 

70 

James jr. 

b 

5-19-1725 

d 

4-29-1742 unm 

7 i 

Jothan 

b 

4-15-1727 

d 

4-8-1811 

72 

Caleb 

b 

5 -! 7 -!729 

d 

5-11-1750 unm 

73 

Ruth 

b 

6-30-1731 

d 


74 

David 

b 

7-16-1732 

d 

1-7-1821 


36 Peter was a husbandman and stock raiser, he married 2-10- 
1724 Sarah, dau. Hon. Giles and Anne (Borden) Slocum, b. 
11-12-1704; d. 


Issue born in Middletown and Newport, R. I. 


75 

Elizabeth 

b 

1-26-1726 

d 

9-11-1804 

76 

Peter jr. 

b 

12-2-1728 

d 

12-21-1784 

77 

William 

b 

3-24-1730 

d 

2-8-1798 

78 

Giles 

b 

6-24-1733 

d 

12-17-1734 unm 

79 

Giles 

b 

5-3-1735 

d 


80 

Mathew 

b 

1-31-1738 

d 

8-8-1815 

81 

Joshua 

b 

3-28-1740 

d 

7-16-1823 

82 

Benjamin 

b 

9-7-1742 

d 

11-6-1817 

83 

Abraham 

b 

2-18-1744 

d 

11-15-1749 unm 


41 Joshua was a tanner and sadler, he moved to Burlington, 
N. J. in 1729. He married 4-16-1730 Martha, dau. Thos. and 
Abigail (Perkins) Raper. b. 10-22-1704; d. 













16 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


Issue born in Burlington, N. J. 


84 Caleb 

85 Elizabeth 

86 Abigail 

87 John 


b 

b 

b 

b 2-12-1743 


d 

d 

d 

d 10-17-1784 


FOURTH GENERATION 

43 James was a freeman in 1722, Member of Town Council 
1743-66, in 1758 was deputed to enlist soldiers, the old tenor bills 
issued in 1750, called 9th. Bank, were redeemed in 1764, opposed 
by James in rhyming protest. 

“I do beg leave for to protest 
Against this bill, which doth transgress 
Against our Sovereign Lord the King, 

Likewise injustice is therein, 

For I can’t see, upon my soul 

Why two fifths should discharge the whole.” 

He married 1-21-1724 Mary, dau. Wm. and Mary (Tew) Peck- 
ham. b. 9-7-1704; d. 6-12-1728; married (2) 1730 

Margaret, dau. Jeremiah and Mary (Clarke) Weeden. b. 

1701; d. 5-8-1785. 

Issue born in Middletown, R. I. 

88 James b 12-12-1725 d 1-7-1796 

89 John b 8-30-1732 d 5-9-1786 

48 John was a husbandman and married 9-25-1735 Rebecca, 
dau. Hezekiah and Sarah (Brightman) Hoar; b. 1713; 

d. 5-18-1800. 


Issue born in Newport and Middletown, R. I. 


90 Hezekiah 

91 Mary 

92 John 

93 Elisha 

94 John 

95 David 

96 Gideon 

97 Samuel 

98 Hezekiah 


b 8-24-1736 

b 5 - 19-1738 
b 8-8-1741 
b 6-27-1744 
b 12-27-1746 
b 7-20-1749 
b 12-4-1751 
b 4 - 7-1754 
b 4 - 14-1757 


d 5-21-1755 unm 

d 3-3- 1 75 1 unm 

d 9-21-1745 unm 

d 1827 

d 5-11-1775 

d 9-8-1819 

d 9-11-1854 

d 4-5-!83i 

d 7-5-1834 


JAMES OF RHODE ISLAND 


*7 


49 Robert was a farmer and married 10-25-1733 Phebe, dau. 
Edw. and Eliz. (Lawton) Smith, b. 7-10-1707; d. ; 

married (2) 4-20-1738 Sarah, dau. Hezekiah and Sarah (Bright- 
man) Hoar. b. 1716; d. 1-26-1750; married (3) 2-15- 

1753 Frances, dau. John and Ann (Weeden) Sanford. 


Issue born in Portsmouth, R. I. 


99 

Edward 

b 

— — — - 7 

6-25-1734 

d 

100 

Robert 

b 

1-7-1739 

d y unm 

IOI 

George 

b 

7-10-1744 

d 

102 

Phebe 

b 

5-14-1746 

d 

103 

Sarah 

b 

8-4-1748 

d 

104 

Robert 

b 

I_I 3 - I 75 ° 

d ii-n-1750 unm 

105 

Sanford 

b 

12-18-1753 

d 

106 

John 

b 

1-9-1756 

d 

107 

Ezbon 

b 

5-1-1757 

d 

108 

Peleg 

b 

8-1-1758 

d 

109 

Mary 

b 

4-15-1760 

d 


5i 

Peleg was a farmer and married 6-25-1740 Ruamy, dau. 

John 

and Mary ( ) 

Greenman. b. 1719; d. 

3-31- 

1758; married (2) 10-21-1762 Mary Stevens, b. 1731; 

d. 3-20-1767; married (3) 4-5-1768 Sarah Wilcox, b. 

1735 

; d. 8-18-1786. 



Issue born 

in Newport, R. I. 

no 

Jerusha b 

4-12-1744 d 


m 3-16-1761 

Jethro Spooner 

in 

Richard Reynolds b 

7-7-1746 d 

112 

Peleg b 

2-11-1748 d 

113 

Benjamin b 

11-23-1749 d 

114 

Charles b 

1-1-1752 d 

115 

Esther b 

2-26-1753 d 

116 

Eunice b 

5-22-1754 d 

117 

Deborah b 

6-24-1756 d 

118 

m 2-9-1796 

Adonijah Royce 

Rachel b 

d 

119 

Mary b 

d y unm 

120 

Daniel b 

1763 d 

121 

Mary b 

1763 d 






18 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


6o Jeremiah jr. was a farmer and married 9-19-1756 Eliz. 
Coombes. 

Issue born in Middletown, R. I. 

122 b d 


61 Edward was a farmer and married 1766 Alice 


Issue born in Middletown, R. I. 

123 Benedict b 9-14-1767 d 

65 William was a husbandman and married 1-29-1756 Amy, 
dau. Wm. and Amy ( ) Wood. 


Issue born in Dartmouth, Mass. 


124 John 


b 7-6-1756 d 


66 Abraham was a Proprietor and Clerk of Tiverton, R. I. in ! 
1748, in 1751 a Representative at Legislature. He belonged to 
the Society of Friends, was an able and much respected citizen. 
He married 2-20-1745 Susanna, dau. Joseph and Eliz. (Fry) 
Anthony, b. 12-10-1723; d. 8-10-1801. 


Issue born in Tiverton, R. I. 


125 

Ruth 

m 

b 

8-6-1785 

1-15-1746 d 

James Binghurst 

12-6-1815 


126 

Elizabeth 

m 

b 

2-28-1788 

6-23-1748 d 

David Huntington 

5-11-1828 


127 

Ann 

m 

b 

1-27-1785 

8 - i 7 - i 75 ° 
Benj. Barker 

d 

8-16-1789 


128 

Mary 

b 

8-16-1752 

d 

5-8-1812 

unm 

129 

Joseph 

b 

8-30-1754 

d 

3-21-1818 


130 

Abraham 

b 

9-25-1757 

d 

5-25-1797 


131 

Susanna 

b 

9-25-1757 

d 

9-25-1758 

unm 

132 

Thomas 

b 

5-9-1759 

d 

12-21-1828 


133 

Susanna 

b 

10-26-1761 

d 

8-10-1810 

unm 

134 

Eleanor 

b 

9-14-1764 

d 

7-11-1835 

unm 


74 David was a prosperous farmer and pioneer, moving in 
1780 to Poughkeepsie, N. Y. where he purchased a fine farm, was 
Justice of Peace of Dutchess Co. soon after. Being loyal to the 





JAMES OF RHODE ISLAND 


19 




British Crown, his property was looted during the Revolutionary 
war and he decided to join the Loyalist party under command of 
Major Van Alstine and go to Canada, they sailed 9-8-1783 from 
New York, protected by the brig “Hope,” of forty guns, arriving 
at Quebec on 10-8-1783, they wintered at Sorel and in the spring 
moved on to the Bay of Quinte, where David established his home 
on the 200 acres alloted him, the house he built is still in existence. 

, He married 3-11-1762 Lydia, dau. Sam’l. and Lydia ( ) 

Shove, b. 12-4-1743; d. 7-10-1804. 


Issue born in Dartmouth, Mass. Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 


135 

Samuel Shove b 

10-8-1763 

d 

4-23-1836 

136 

Asa 

b 

1-4-1765 

d 

unm 

137 

Edward 

b 

11-17-1766 

d 

7-20-1820 

138 

David 

b 

9-19-1768 

d 

2-20-1853 

139 

Phebe 

b 

1-26-1770 

d 

5-18-1839 


m 

9-14-1794 

Timothy Stevenson 



2 m 


Cornelius Blount 


140 

James 

b 

8-10-1772 

d 

10-13-1847 

141 

Elizabeth 

b 

7-8-1774 

d 

2-28-1848 


m 

1798 

Abram Cronk 



142 

Sarah 

b 

12-1-1776 

d 



m 

1797 

Silas Hill 



143 

Rebecca 

b 

8-1-1779 

d 

7-10-1853 


m 

10-4-1804 

Dr. John Stickney 


144 

Abraham 

b 

8-5-1781 

d 

12-8-1829 

145 

Lydia 

b 

10-16-1783 

d 

4-28-1852 


m 


Rich. Solmes 



146 

Caleb 

b 

9-4-1786 

d 

11-21-1852 


76 Peter jr. was a husbandman and married 11-8-1752 Ruth, 
dau. Adam and Martha ( ) Lawton, b. 8-16-1731; d. 

2-6-1787. 


Issue born in Middletown, R. 


147 

Peleg 

b 

9-21-1753 

d 

148 

Mathew 

b 

5-21-1756 

d 

149 

Sarah 

b 

1-28-1758 

d 

150 

Benajah 

b 

2-16-1760 

d 

151 

Hannah 

b 

1-26-1762 

d 

152 

Peter 

b 

5-28-1765 

d 

153 

Ruth 

b 

7-7-1767 

d 

154 

Rhoda 

b 

3-22-1770 

d 

155 

Lawton 

b 

4 ™ 5 -i 772 

d 

156 

William 

b 

6-10-1774 

d 


I. 


9-28-1860 



20 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


77 William was a farmer and married 11-28-1754 Bethiah, 
dau. Jonathan and Mary ( ) Salisbury, b. 6-28-1731; 

d. 3-15-1806. 

Issue born in 


157 

158 

159 


b 

b 

b 


d 

d 

d 


80 Mathew was a farmer and married S~ 3 I ~ 1 7 S 9 Mary, dau. 
James and Anne ( ) Mitchell, b. 11-21-1739; d. 12-10- 

1811. 


Issue born in Middletown and Newport, R. I. 


160 Joseph 

161 Richard 

162 Abigail 

163 William 

164 Anne 

165 James 

166 Mathew 


b 11-20-1761 
b 1-10-1763 
b 1-27-1765 
b 9-20-1768 
b 1-13-1776 
b 2-9-1780 
b 10-17-1785 


d 8-11-1803 
d 

d 1-6-1838 

d 

d 

d 

d 


81 Joshua married 11-6-1768 Hannah Shaw. 


Issue born in Middletown, R. I. 


167 John Holmes 

168 Anne 

169 Isaac 

170 Joshua 


b 4-4-1769 d 
b 2-9-1772 d 
b 8-1-1773 d 
b 9-16-1775 d 


82 Benjamin was interested in shipping and married 6-1-1769 
Sarah, dau. Adam and Martha Lawton, b. 1749; d. 

8-18-1825. 


Issue born in Newport, R. I. 


171 

Martha 

b 

3-26-1770 

d 

172 

Weltham 

b 

8-14-1771 

d 

173 

Stephen 

b 

9 -I 5 -I 773 

d 

174 

Abraham 

b 

7-19-1775 

d 

175 

Sarah 

b 

8-15-1782 

d 

176 

Frances 

b 

7-23-1784 

d 






JAMES OF RHODE ISLAND 


21 




87 John married 4-3-177 2 Eliz., dau. of Thos. and Eliz. 
(Pearson) Rodman, b. I 75 °J d. 9 ~ 4 ~ I 7 ^ 2 - 


Issue born in Burlington, N. J. 


177 

Margaret b 

1-25-1773 

d 5-25-1826 

m 4-18-1793 

James Ellison 

d 11-26-1849 

178 

Martha b 

8-7-1774 

m 

Eli Hillis 


179 

Joshua b 

6-8-1776 

d 

180 

Elizabeth b 

10 - 29-1779 

d 


FIFTH GENERATION 

88 James was a tailor and a farmer, he served five years under 
Capt. Bliss in the French and Indian war, was in Town Council 
six years, Deputy six years 1758-64, Assistant 1768-73, moved to 
Cheshire, Mass, in 1773 where he bought a farm, sold it the next 
year and moved to Lanesboro, Mass., was Judge of the Court of 
Common Pleas of Berkshire, first Town Clerk of Cheshire, Mass, 
and first Register of Deeds of Northern District. He married 
1-5-1749 Anne, dau. Isaac and Jane (Sisson) Peckham. b. 8-13- 
1731; d. 3-17-1797. 


Issue born, in Middletown, R. I. 


181 

James 

b 

n-1-1749 

d 

11-18-1826 

182 

Isaac 

b 

5-21-1752 

d 

9-7-1834 

183 

Silas 

b 

1-5-1756 

d 

1812 

184 

Ezra 

b 

n-4-1759 

d 

7-6-1818 

185 

Paul 

b 

8-20-1762 

d 


186 

Henry 

b 

1-31-1766 

d 


187 

Peckham 

b 

12-28-1767 

d 


188 

Mary 

m 

b 

2-24-1770 
Wm. Brown 

d 



89 John was a barber and served as a private in Capt. David 
Wheeler’s Co., Col. John Brown’s Reg. in 1777. He moved to 
Lanesboro, Mass, in 1733 with his brother John where they both 
had fine farms, in 1786, he was moving to Killington, Vt. when 
he died on the journey. He married 1755 Lucretia, 








22 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


dau. Sam’l. and Martha (Upham) Newhall. b. i-2-1739; d. 
; married (2) Jessie Mason. 


Issue born in Lanesboro, Mass. 


189 

Samuel Newhall 

b 

d 


190 


b 

d 

y unm 

I 9 1 

Sarah 

b 

2-11-1764 d 

8-31-1847 


m 


Amos Pettibone 


192 

Lucretia 

b 

1766 d 

y unm 

193 

Mary 

b 

1766 d 

1786 unm 

194 

Margaret 

b 

12-14-1767 d 

4-7-1845 


m 3-14- 

1786 

Rufus Carperter 


195 

William Pitt 

b 

d 


196 

John 

b 

1771 d 

1853 

197 

Lucretia 

b 

d 



m 


Josiah Buck 


198 

Martha 

b 

d 



m 


Nathaniel Harris 


199 

Gardner Thurston b 

1-27-1779 d 

4-30-1873 

200 

Pelig 

b 

d 

y unm 


93 Elisha was a farmer, serving as ensign of Militia under 
Capt. Thos. Peckham. He married 11-8-1767 Phebe, dau. Wm. 
and Phebe (52) Peckham. b. 1:743; d. 


Issue born in Middletown, R. I. 


201 Jethro 

202 Mary 

m 

203 Nathan 

204 Arnold 


b 3-6-1769 d 12-6-1771 unm 

b 8-27-1772 d 

Benj. T. Sheffield 
b 10-1-1774 d 

b 4 - 7-1777 d 


95 David 
Sherman. 


was a farmer and married 10-1-1772 Eunice 
Issue born in Middletown, R. I. 


205 John b 

206 Rebecca b 

m 11-23-1796 

207 Christopher b 

208 John b 

209 George b 

210 Gideon b 

211 Nancy b 


10-1-1773 
8-23-1774 
Geo. Smith 
5-28-1776 
12-19-1777 
3-1-1779 
8-1-1780 
8-2-1782 


d 1-8-1777 unm 
d 7-8-1817 

d 6-19-1844 
d 12-19-1858 
d 1-31-1843 
d 10-23-1829 
d 5-21-1813 








JAMES 

OF RHODE ISLAND 



m 

8-2-1802 

Arnold (318) 



212 

David 

b 

5-23-1784 

d 

10-7-1833 

213 

Eliphaz 

b 

7-26-1786 

d 

1-11-1863 

214 

Rachel 

b 

2-27-1788 

d 

5-28-1871 


m 

3-13-1813 

Abner Peckham 


215 

Sarah 

b 

I “ 3 °— I 79 ° 

d 

8-20-1855 


m 


John B. Hall 



2l6 

Simeon 

b 

7 - 9-1791 

d 

9-!- i8 54 

217 

Elijah 

b 

8 - 31-1793 

d 

12-8-1866 

2l8 

Hezekiah 

b 

12-20-1796 

d 


219 

Charles 

b 

1-2-1799 

d 

12-5-1864 

96 

Gideon was a farmer and married 10-25- 

1781 Eliz., 

Nathaniel and Eliz. ( 

) Croade. b. 

6-1-1 

756 ; d. 



Issue born 

in Middletown, 

R. I. 


220 

Nathaniel 

b 

11-14-1782 

d 

4-20-1821 

221 

Cynthia 

b 

2-10-1787 

d 

3-2-1856 


m 

1-2-1806 

Gideon Peckham 



97 Samuel was a husbandman and married 4-26-1781 Sarah 
Smith. 

Issue born in Newport, R. I. 

222 Elizabeth b 7-8-1783 d 

223 Samuel Smith b 2-15-1793 d 

224 William b 2-4-1798 d 

98 Hezekiah served in the Rev. war as a private in the R. I. 

lines, later moving to New York state where he had a fine farm. 
He married 2-3-1780 Zebiah, dau. Z. and Mary ( ) Ware, 

b. ; d. ; married (2) 11-27-1783 Sarah, dau. 

Geo. and Desire (Wood) Wood. b. 1764; d. 1851. 


Issue born in Paris and Fredonia, N. Y. 


225 Barzilla 

226 William 

227 Desire 

m 

228 Samuel 


b 8-20-1784 
b 9-14-1786 
b 

Leverett ( 
b 


d 8-17-1859 
d 9-20-1858 
d 

) 

d 







24 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


229 

Sarah 

b 

1795 , d 


m 


Dr. Squire White 


230 

John 

b 

d 

unm j 

i 

231 

Charles 

b 

d 


107 Esbon was a farmer and married l 

Issue born in 

232 Joseph S. b d 

108 Peleg was a farmer and married 3- 1 6-1780 Rith, dau. 
John and Rebecca (Gray) Peabody, b. 6-10-1746; d. 


233 

234 

235 

236 


Issue born in 


b 

b 

b 

b 


d 

d 

d 


hi Richard Reynolds was interested in shipping and married 
11-28-1768 Abigail Rogers. 


Issue born in Newport, R. I. 

237 Joseph Sanford b 3-31-1771 d 11-6-1842 

238 b d 

239 b d 

240 b d 


112 Peleg was a farmer and married 12-25-1765 Mary, dau. 
Capt. Robt. and Mary (Wood) Carr. b. 2-11-1750; d. 


Issue born in Newport, R. I. 


241 

Robert Carr 

b 

3-18-1766 

d 

2-6-1779 unm 

242 

Mary 

b 

10-20-1767 

d 

10-20-1767 unm 

243 

Peleg 

b 

1-28-1769 

d 

244 

Charles 

b 

12-28-1770 

d 


245 

Daniel 

b 

12-12-1771 

d 

1-30-1772 unm 

246 

Daniel Wilcox 

b 

2-11-1774 

d 

1-30-1822 

247 

Ruamy 

b 

3-20-1776 

d 

248 

Sarah 

b 

12-25-1778 

d 


249 

William 

b 

5-7-1781 

d 







JAMES OF RHODE ISLAND 


2 5 


114 Charles was a husbandman and married 1777 

Mary Willard. 

Issue born in So. Kingston, R. I. 


250 J. Willard 

b 

1778 d 

251 Joseph 

b 

d 

252 Martha 

b 

d 

253 Mary 

b 

d 

254 Elizabeth 

b 

d 


129 Joseph was a farmer and married 3-1-1798 Margaret, dau. 
John and Eliz. ( ) Hadwen. 


Issue born in Tiverton, R. I. 

255 Joseph A. b 3-13-1801 d 3-11-1833 

256 John Hadwen b 7-11-1802 d 7-11-1829 

257 Abraham J. b 11-17-1803 d 2-11-1828 


130 Abraham was a farmer, owing to his being loyal to the 
British Crown, he moved to Nova Scotia in 1775. He married 
Mary T. Rushton. 

Issue born in Westchester, N. S. 

258 

259 

260 

261 

262 Israel b 4-29-1798 d 3-3-1869 

263 Deborah b d 


135 Samuel Shove moved with his parents in 1780 to Pough¬ 
keepsie, N. Y., later moving to Barkersville, Saratoga Co. N. Y. 
where he had a fine farm. He married Dorcas, dau. 

Caleb and Damaris ( ) Barton, b. 1761; d. 

1854. 




BARKER GENEALOGY 


26 


264 

John 

265 

Pamelia 

266 

Mary 

267 

Lydia 

268 

Phoebe 

269 


270 


271 


272 


273 



Issue born in Poughkeepsie, N. 


b 

b 

b 

b 

b 

b 

b 

b 

b 

b 


1790 d 
d 
d 
d 
d 
d 
d 
d 
d 
d 


Y. 


1844 




137 Edward went to Canada in 1783 with his parents, living 
at Barker’s Pt. was one of the early town clerks for many years, 
after his mother’s death, moved into the old homestead. He 
married Mary Casey, b. ; d. ; 

married (2) Sarah Gould. 


Issue born in Adolphustown and Picton, Can. 


274 Willet 

275 Martha 

m 

276 David 

277 William G. 

278 Lydia 


b 

b 

Jos. Hazard 
b 11-30-1805 
b 7-25-1809 
b 8-8-1814 


d 

d 

d 

d 12-22-1897 
d 


138 David was a manufacturer of wooden ware, lived in 
Poughkeepsie, N. Y. several years, thence to Barkersville, N. Y. 
He married 1792 Polly ( ) Harcourt. b. 

1775; d. 


Issue born in Barkersville, N. Y. 


279 

Asa 

b 

10-7-1794 

d 

4-21-1868 

280 

Nathaniel 

b 

2-28-1798 

d 

4-15-1881 

281 

Edward 

b 

3-7-1800 

d 


282 

Deborah 

b 

1-4-1802 

d 


283 

Maria 

b 

3-13-1804 

d 


284 

Sarah Ann 

b 

3-11-1807 

d 

7-11-1856 

285 

Madison 

b 

11-18-1809 

d 

11-8-1877 

286 

Carolina 

b 

5-19-1814 

d 

/ / 

287 

Eliza 

b 

5-22-1817 

d 








JAMES OF RHODE ISLAND 


27 


140 James after his marriage moved to Canada and erected 
the first grist mill at Wellington with his brother Abraham, named 
the village of Bloomfield, since he owned 200 acres there, built his 
tiome in 1822; naming it Ashton Hall. He married 1797 Mary, 
dau. Jos. and Phebe (Atwell) Leavens, b. 1-1-1777; d. 


Issue born in Bloomfield, Can. 


288 

Elizabeth 

b 

7-9-1798 

d 



m 


Thos. Garratt 



289 

Hugh Judge 

b 

4-9-1800 

d 

3-4-1877 

290 

Anna 

b 

6-9-1802 

d 

1830 


m 7-7- 

1819 

John White 



291 

Joseph Leavens 

b 

7-10-1804 

d 

7-16-1841 


144 Abraham went to Canada with his father when very young 
but returned to his brother in Saratoga, N. Y. to be educated, later 
going to Wellington, Can. joining his brother James in the grist 
mill, thence to Picton. He married 9-27-1807 Mary, dau. Robt. 
and Jane (Haviland) Hubbs. b. 8-5-1781; d. 3-6-1837. 


Issue born in Picton, Can. 


292 

Caleb 

b 

12-1-1808 

d 

2-15-1819 unm 

293 

Lydia Jane 

b 

8-31-1810 

d 

2-24-1888 

* 

m 


Lewis Thorp 



294 

David 

b 

2-15-1813 

d 

3-31-1872 

295 

Rebecca 

b 

5-10-1815 

d 

1-11-1867 


m 


Wm. Grant 



296 

Abraham jr. 

b 

5-10-1815 

d 

12-22-1815 unm 

297 

Mary Anna 

b 

I-I2-l820 

d 

3-16-1897 unm 

298 

Phebe E. 

b 

6-26-l822 

d 

i-x-1891 


m 


Donald MacPherson 

299 

Emily 

b 

5-1-1825 

d 

6-18-1826 unm 


146 Caleb was born in Adolphustown, Can. but went to Pough¬ 
keepsie, N. Y. to be educated and remained there, becoming a 
leading citizen, was one of the organizing directors of the 
Dutchess Co. Bank, chartered in 1825 and was chairman of the 
committee which organized the Merchants National Bank in 1845, 
becoming one of the directors. He was a prominent member of 
the Society of Friends and was one of two men to purchase the 




28 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


property for their Meeting House in 1820. He married 10-14- 
1809 Margaret, dau. Isaac and Eliz. (Carpenter) Doty. b. 8-10- 
1786; d. 1-28-1818; married (2) 1819 Mrs Rachel W. 

Townsend, dau. Benj. and Ann (Hallock) Sands. She was a 
talented preacher of the Society of Friends, b. 10-8-1800; d. 12-6- 


1877. 

Issue born 

in Clinton, N. 

Y. 


300 

Horatio b 

7-17-1810 

d 

9-10-1811 unm 

301 

David Doty b 

1-27-1812 

d 

1-8-1890 

302 

Caroline b 

11-5-1813 

d 

6-5-1898 

m 8-21-1834 

Willett Keese 



303 

Eliza b 

12-18-1815 

d 

10-18-1864 

m 11-11-1838 

John H. Barker 


304 

Margaret W. b 

7-14-1820 

d 

2-15-1885 


m 9-25-1844 

Thos. D. Godet 


305 

William Casey b 

5-8-1822 

d 


306 

Lydia Solenes b 

10-24-1823 

d 

4-23-1852 unm 

307 

Anna b 

4-30-1825 

d 

No issue 


m 1855 

John Keese 



308 

Mary H. b 

3-30-1828 

d 

5-12-1830 unm 

309 

Mary b 

6-5-1831 

d 

3-2-1856 


m 6-15-1854 

Edw. Schererin 


310 

George Thomas b 

3-24-1836 

d 

1-1-1878 


147 Peleg was a farmer and married 6-3-1784 Mary, dau. 
Rich, and Eliz. ( ) Ward. 


Issue born in Middletown, R. I. 


3 ii 

Catherine 

b 

5-20-1785 

d 


m 11-2-1806 

David Peckham 

312 

Ruth 

b 

9-3-1787 

d 

313 

Abraham 

b 

1-14-1794 

d 

314 

Peleg jr. 

b 

9-11-1796 

d 

315 

Eliphalet 

b 

9-11-1798 

d 7-15-1881 

316 

m 5-23-1833 

James (383) 

Benajah 

b 

2-10-1801 

d 

317 

Rhoda 

b 

4-9-1803 

d 


148 Mathew was a husbandman and married 1779 

Eunica, Jos. and Penelope (Jennings) Peckham. b. 2-26-1748; 
d. 





JAMES OF RHODE ISLAND 


2 9 


Issue born in Middletown, R. I. 


318 

Arnold 

b 

3-14-1780 

d 


319 

Giles 

b 

12-20-1781 

d 


320 

Sarah 

b 

11-11-1783 

d 


3 21 

Ruth 

b 

10-1-1785 

d 

12-18-1870 


m 

1808 

Augustus Clarke 


322 

Peter 

b 

6-5-1787 

d 

3-23-1875 

3 2 3 

Mary 

b 

5-2-1789 

d 

11-4-1875 


m 1- 

-15-1807 

Jedde Clarke 



3 2 4 

Joseph Peckham b 

5-2-1789 

d 


325 

Jonathan P. 

b 

1-4-1790 

d 



150 Benajah was a farmer, moving to Saratoga, N. Y., thence 
to Easton, N. Y. where he finally made his home. He married 
12-3-1788 Sarah, dau. Aaron and Eliz. ( ) Chase, b. 

; d. ; married (2) Hannah, sister of his first wife. 


Issue born in Middletown, R. I. 


326 

Perry Chase 

b 

u-15-1789 

d 

327 

Aaron 

b 

n-29-1792 

d 

328 

Eliza 

b 

4-12-1794 

d 

m 


Stephen J. Anthony 

329 

Darius 

b 

11-6-1796 

d 

330 

Peter 

b 

9-16-1799 

d 

33 i 

Ruth 

b 

6-17-1802 

d 

m 


Wm. Cooper 


332 

Mary 

b 

2-22-1804 

d 

333 

Benajah 

b 

64-1808 

d 

334 

William 

b 

2-16-1812 

d 


11-4-1869 


9-2-1845 


152 Peter jr. was a farmer and married 8-23-1787 Ruth H., 
dau. Mathew and Mary (Earle) Cook. b. 11-30-1770; d. 



Issue born 

in Portsmouth, 

R. I. 

335 

Mathew Cook 

b 

5-20-1788 

d 

336 

Parker Earl 

b 

3-14-1790 

d 

337 

Oliver Cook 

b 

7 - 3 I-I 792 

d 

338 

Abraham Borden 

b 

7-3-1794 

d 

339 

Stephen Borden 

b 

7-15-1796 

d 

340 

Ruth 

b 

12-8-1798 

d 

34 i 

Mary Earle 

b 

7-24-1801 

d 


3° 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


342 

William 

b 

1803 

343 

Benajah 

b 

1805 

344 

David Earl 

b 

1807 

345 

Amanda 

b 



d 

d 

d 

d 


2-1-1867 


155 Lawton had the pioneer spirit and like so many young 
men of that day set out for a new home, he settled in Adams, 
N. Y. thence to Westmoreland, N. Y. and in 1837 to Homer, N. Y. 
He married 9-15-1794 Hannah, dau. Isaac and Sarah (Miller) 
Cushman, b. 4-7-1773; d. 5-8-1857. 


Issue born in Easton, N. Y. 


346 

Dinah 

b 

10-4-1795 d 

1851 


m 

10-8-1812 

Dan’l. Goodsell 


347 

Mercy 

b 

11-9-1798 d 

4-11-1888 


m 

3-17-1816 

Sam’l. Goodsell 


348 

Albert 

b 

1-6-1800 d 

2-27-1891 

349 

Zeruviah 

b 

2-1-1802 d 

6-19-1879 


m 

11-7-1827 

Alanson Lamphier 


350 

Sarah Miller b 

7-10-1804 d 

2-6-1896 


m 

11-20-1831 

Aaron (327) 


35 i 

Mary 

b 

7-10-1810 d 

12-12-1834 


m 

2-11-1831 

David Paterson 


352 

Hannah Cushman b 

11-28-1813 d 

9-14-1887 


m 

12-20-1842 

John Onderdunk 



160 Joseph was a farmer and married 9-4-1788 Hannah, dau. 
Wm. and Peace ( ) Cornell, b. 10-4-1764; d. 7-25-1828. 


Issue born in Newport, R. I. 


353 M ary 

354 Anne 

355 Abigail 

356 William 

357 Hannah 


b 

b 

b 

Cornell b 


5-2-1789 

9-25-1790 

4-4-1793 

8-27-1797 

7-7-1799 


d 12-9-1871 
d 12-12-1796 unm 
d 

d 9-27-1859 
d 


166 Mathew was a mariner and married 6-4-1807 Ruth A., 
dau. Dan’l. and Amy (Sherman) Anthony, b. 4-14-1788; d. 





JAMES OF RHODE ISLAND 


Issue born in Nantucket, Mass. 


358 

Daniel Anthony 

b 

10-1-1809 d 

359 

Amy A. 

b 

4-22-1817 d 

m 


Edw. Winslow 

360 

Abigail Sherman 

b 

1-23-1820 d 

361 

Mathew jr. 

b 

5-30-1823 d 

362 

Elizabeth 

b 

1-9-1826 d 

179 Joshua was a farmer 

and married 


Issue born in 


363 John Rodman 

364 Mary 

36s 

m 


b 1819 d 

b d 

b d 

Wm. T. Carter 


3 1 


1889 


SIXTH GENERATION 

181 James was a prosperous farmer and stock raiser. He 
married 8-16-1770 Rhoda, dau. Russell and Rhoda (Kingsley) 


Mason, b. 8-29- 

■1748; d. 






Issue born 

in Newport, 

R. I. 


366 

Cynthia 

b 

11-6-1771 

d 


367 

James 

b 

4-9-1773 

d 

1840 

368 

Anne 

b 

11-13-1774 

d 


369 

Russell 

b 

10-3-1776 

d 

9-10-1855 

370 

Joseph 

b 

7-1-1778 

d 


371 

Mason 

b 

7-5-1780 

d 


372 

Rhoda 

b 

7-8-1782 

d 


373 

Barbara 

b 

1-23-1784 

d 


374 

Ruth 

b 

1-23-1786 

d 



182 Isaac was a carpenter and farmer, built his father’s house 
in Lanesboro, Mass, in 1773, performed service from 1778-90 for 
the Continental army as a spy, was Deputy 1794-95, 1805-16. He 
married 12-2-1775 Sarah, dau. of Stephen and Naomi (Weeden) 
Peckham. b. 8-9-1756; d. 10-29-1832; married (2) 6-23-1833 
Welthian, dau. Levi and Sarah (Tripp) Peckham. b. 3-14-1785; 
d. 2-7-1867. 



32 


BARKER GENEALOGY 





Issue born 

in Middletown, 

R. 

I. 

375 

Anna 

b 

10-28-1776 

d 

9-26-1778 unm 

376 

Stephen 

b 

10-26-1779 

d 

7-7-1842 

377 

Job 

b 

7-19-1781 

d 

11-2-1795 unm 

378 

Dorcas 

b 

12-14-1782 

d 

6-2-1866 


m 

4-11-1805 

John (208) 



379 

James 

b 

12-28-1784 

d 

1-5-1788 unm 

380 

Cyrus 

b 

8-25-1786 

d 

7-27-1870 

381 

Ira 

b 

8-1-1788 

d 

10-8-1840 unm 

382 

Sarah 

b 

4-6-1790 

d 

5-9-1791 unm 

383 

James 

b 

4-20-1792 

d 

4-29-1852 

384 

Hiram 

b 

3 - 7-1794 

d 

7-2-1876 


183 Silas served in Capt. Brown’s Co. 7-13-1779, l ater he was 
a farmer. He married Martha McConnell, b. 

d. 


Issue born in Lanesboro, Mass. 

385 Silas b d 

386 Sarah b d 

m 2-5-1804 Isaac Royce 


184 Ezra received his father’s homestead and succeeded him 
as Justice of Peace, his excellent judgement gave universal con¬ 
tent, in 1777 he was one of the Minute men, was plowing when 
the alarm sounded, saddled his horse and started, swearing all the 
way fiercer and fiercer until he could get a more effectual weapon. 
He married 10-5-1785 Betsey Minor, b. ; d. ; 

married (2) 3-17-1793 Sally B., dau. Thos. and Rebecca (Gott) 
Dewitt, b. 1770; d. 1-12-1854. 


Issue born in Lanesboro, Mass. 


387 

388 

389 

390 

391 

392 


Olive 

Daniel 

Mary 

Aaron 

Joel 

Elizabeth 


b 

b 

b 

b 

b 

b 

2-10-1822 


2-24-1787 d 
8-9-1789 d 

8- 23-1791 d 

7 - i 5 -i 794 d 

9- 28-1795 d 

8- 17-1803 d 

Julius C. Harman 


11-17-1892 




JAMES OF RHODE ISLAND 


33 


185 Paul served in Capt. Dan’l. Brown’s Co. in 1780, later a 
farmer. He married 9-24-1784 Mary Biddlecome. 


Issue born in Lanesboro, Mass. 


393 Hannah 

m 

394 Amos 

395 Isaac 

396 Mary 

m 

397 Vining 


b 

b 

b 

b 

8-5-1821 

b 


d 

Ebenezer Tallman 

d 

d 

1803 d 
Harry Rose 

1-11-1806 d 7-31-1895 


187 Peckham was a wheelwright, was appointed Constable of 
Cheshire 4-1-1793, married Amy, dau. Stephen and Amy 

(Field) Carpenter, b. 6-4-1774; d. 8-19-1867. 

Issue born in Cheshire, Mass. 

398 Justin b d 


196 John was a true pioneer farmer, moving shortly after his 
marriage to near Rochester, N. Y. where they raised a large 
family, in 1833 with a view to bettering their fortunes as well as 
reuniting the family, they all moved to Michigan where John 
bought a farm near Plymouth, the married sons took government 
land on the “Rouge Flats” where now the Ford factories and 
Dearborn stand, with the scant means of those times, they shared 
the almost overwhelming problems of providing food and educat¬ 
ing their children in the densely covered timber land but won out 
by diligent labor. He married 10-17-1792 Betsy, dau. Rev. John 
and Sarah (Devine) Leland. b. 1777; d. 1854. 


Issue born near Rochester. N. Y. 


399 

Pamelia 

m 

b 

400 

Josiah Buck 

b 

401 

Sarah 

m 

b 

402 

Laura 

m 

b 

403 

Mary 

m 

b 


1794 d 
Dan’l. Dunn 

1795 d 8-9-1844 

1798 d 

Morman Elder, James Dunn 
1800 d 1831 

David Vanakin 

1802 d 1825 

John B. Ferguson 









34 

BARKER GENEALOGY 



404 

Harvey 

b 

1804 

d 

1836 

405 

John D. 

b 

1807 

d 

406 

Elizabeth 

m 

b 

1809 d 

Dudley L. Vanakin 

1900 

407 

William 

b 

5-25-1812 

d 

1907 

408 

Peleg 

b 

1815 

d 

6-27-1905 

409 

Gardner Thurston 

b 

1817 

d 

1883 

410 

Nancy L. 
m 

b 

1819 
Jos. Gilson 

d 

1864 


199 Gardner Thurston was a prosperous farmer, was in the 
battle of Bennington 1774, in Capt. Ebenezer Newhall’s Co., Col. 
Symonds reg., he moved in 1811 to Moriah, N. Y. becoming a 
manufacturer of cloth. He married 1-7-1806 Harriet, dau. John 
and Sarah (Lockwood) Lyons, b. 4-13-1790; d. 2-18-1859. 


Issue born in Lanesboro, Mass, and Moriah, N. Y. 


411 

John Vanderburgh b 

3-19-1807 

d 

1-7-1896 

412 

Charles T. b 

2-24-1809 

d 

4-14-1875 

413 

Otis b 

7-13-1811 

d 

No issue 

m 9-11-1836 

Electra Tracy 



414 

Gardner Thurston b 

1-10-1814 

d 

10-26-1894 

4 i 5 

Isaac Lockwood b 

5-22-1816 

d 

10-18-1819 unm 

416 

Mary A. b 

5-9-1818 

d 


m 2-1-1837 

Jas. H. Green 




2 m 10-23-1850 

Chris. C. Allen 



4 i 7 

Isaac Lockwood b 

8-31-1820 

d 

2-10-1878 

418 

Luther Hall b 

8-29-1822 

d 

419 

Harriet Lyons b 

1-25-1825 

d 

7-1-1868 


m 2-5-1858 

Chas. A. Summer 

420 

Elizabeth b 

8-22-1827 

d 

unm 

421 

George W. b 

1-11-1830 

d 


422 

Benjamin F. b 

4-17-1838 

d 



204 Arnold was a progressive farmer and moved to Pennsyl¬ 
vania before his marriage, thence in 1824 to Ohio, thence in 1841 
to Iowa where he settled in Winchester, where his son Joseph was 
living. He married 1798 Eliz. English, b. 

1779; d. 10-1-1843. 

Issue born in Pennsylvania 

b 3-14-1799 d 11-29-1882 

b 10-31-1801 d 


423 Joseph 

424 Sarah 



35 


TAMES OF RHODE ISLAND 


425 

Mathew 

426 

Eliza 

427 

Mary 

428 

Arnold 

429 

John 

430 

Isaac 

431 

Alanson 

432 

Lucinda 


b 3-1-1803 
b 7-1-1805 
b 9-4-1808 
b 6-22-1810 
b 10-10-1812 
b 7-5-1815 
b 9-27-1817 
b 9-23-1822 


d 

d 

d 

d 

d 

d 9-28-1848 

d 

d 


207 Christopher was a farmer and married 
dau. Wm. and Sarah (Peckham) Peckham. b. 


Ruth, 
1770; d. 


Issue born in Portsmouth, R. I. 
433 John C. b d 



208 John was a husbandman and fruit grower, he married 
4-11-1805 Dorcas (378). 


Issue born in Middletown, R. I. 


434 

Ann 

b 

4-10-1807 

d 

435 

Albert Gallatin 

b 

91:2-1808 

d 

436 

Ruth Hall 

b 

1-15-1811 

d 

437 

Job Mason 

b 

5-3-1812 

d 

438 

Lucinda 

b 

11-17-1813 

d 


m 3-20-1848 

Jos. S. Russell 


439 

Robinson .Potter 

b 

8-25-1816 

d 

440 

Benedict 

b 

1-10-1818 

d 


209 George was a farmer and stock raiser, married 10-27-1805 
Ruth H., dau. Wm. and Mary (Hall) Freeborn, b. 6-18-1785; 
d. 1-27-1865. 


Issue born in Portsmouth, R. I. 


441 

Caroline 

m 11-27- 
2 m 

b 

1826 

8-28-1806 d 

Wm. T. Waldron 
Elbridge Davis 

10-25-1896 

442 

Joseph Freeborn 

b 

8-11-1808 

d 

n-18-1886 

443 

Darius Ellery 

b 

11-25-1810 

d 

9-23- i 8"6 

444 

Benjamin Freeborn b 

1-6-1812 

d 

2-7-1831 

445 

William Henry 

b 

8-13-1814 

d 

9-23-1889 





9-18-1878 


3<> 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


446 Susan Freeborn b 5-5-1816 d 

m 3-17-1833 Elbridge Davis 

447 Alfred Henry b 5-29-1818 d 

448 Walter Cornell b 2-24-1820 d 

449 Maria De Wolf b 6—24—1823 d 

m 11-12-1837 Solomon Davis 


4-3-1909 

8-22-1897 

8-4-1892 


210 Gideon married 2-26-1804 Roby Childs, b. 11-12-1786; d. 


Issue born in Providence, R. I. 


450 Caroline Matilda 

451 Julianna 

452 Eunice Sherman 

453 Charlotte 

454 Mary 


b 4-29-1805 d 
b 9-24-1807 d 
b 4-29-1810 d 
b 12-11-1812 d 
b 10-3-1815 d 


212 David was a farmer and married 
Melville. 


Abigail 


Issue born in 


455 David Melville 

456 Nathan 

457 Ruth 

m 


b 

b 

b 


d 

d 

d 

Wm. R. Franklin 


213 Eliphaz was a farmer and butcher, having one of the 
largest slaughter houses of the times. He married 1-6-1810 
Hannah Fish. b. 1:789; d. 1819; married (2) 

4-18-1821 Cynthia Sherman, b. 5-13-1803; d. 1894. 


Issue born in Middletown. R. I. 


458 

Barzilla 

b 

459 

Henry 

b 

460 

Sarah 

b 


m 

9-5-1847 

46l 

Mary Ann 

b 


m 

3-11-1840 


2 m 

2-13-1845 

462 

Eunice 

b 

m 

6-14-1842 


1-11-1811 d 3-28-1864 

6-11-1812 d 12-17-1862 

3-5-1814 d 

Owen Phillips 
10-31-1815 d. 

Albert G. Smith 
Benj. N. Sheffield 
5-19-1817 d 

Frederick Bacon 




JAMES OF RHODE ISLAND 


37 


463 

Edwin b 

11-3-1818 

d 

2-11-1890 

464 

Cynthia Ann b 

1-21-1822 

d 

No issue 


m 11-18-1845 

Fred’k. Peckham 


465 

Hannah b 

12-22-1823 

d 

2-8-1880 


m 12-25-1845 

John Peckham 



466 

Lucinda Hall b 

1-1-1826 

d 



m 12-31-1846 

Amos Peckham 


467 

Thomas Sherman b 

5-24-1834 

d 



216 Simon was a farmer and married 


Phebe Sherman. 


Issue born in 


468 Jane 

b 

1-5-1820 

d 


m 9-11-1838 

Wm. J. Tilley 



469 Elizabeth 

b 

12-11-1822 

d 

8-26-1826 unm 

470 Phebe Ann 

b 

10-11-1825 

d 

12-26-1825 unm 

217 Elijah was a 

husbandman and married 

2-16-1816 Lydia 

Sanford, b. ; 

d. 

; married (2) 

Jane 

Peckham. 





Issue born 

in Portsmouth, 

R. I. 

471 Sarah Ann 

b 

3-19-1817 

d 


472 William P. 

b 

7-18-1819 

d 


473 Mary Sprague 

b 

10-22-1820 

d 


474 Hesekiah 

b 

5-24-1824 

d 

8-11-1896 

475 Lydia E. 

b 

n-io-1828 

d 


476 Harriet P. 

b 

10-24-1833 

d 

2-11-1884 


219 Charles married 11-20=1823 Sarah Peckham. b. 8-1 x- 
1801; d. 12-8-1891. 


Issue born in Newport, R. I. 


477 

Elisha 

b 

4-17-1825 

d 

1-27-1904 


478 

Samuel 

b 

3-30-1826 

d 

11-25-1861 


479 

Ann Eliza 

b 

6-18-1827 

d 

unm 

480 

Mary Jane 

b 

7-22-1828 

d 

12-21-1897 


481 

Harriet 

b 

10-8-1829 

d 

2-4-1834 

unm 

482 

Charles jr. 

b 

1-29-1831 

d 

5-9-1900 


483 

Phebe 

b 

8-11-1835 

d 

10-20-1853 

unm 


38 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


220 Nathaniel was a farmer and married 12-11-1803 Mary, 
dau. Peleg and Eliz. (Smith) Peckham. b. 4-4-1783; d. 


Issue born in Middletown, R. I. 


484 

Eliza 

b 

10-24-1804 

d 

5-1-1870 

m 11- 

25-1825 

Geo. W. Peckham 


485 

Mary Croade 

b 

10-19-1806 

d 


m 


Benajah Barlar 



486 

John C. 

b 

10-7-1808 

d 


487 

Angelina 

b 

10-1-1810 

d 


488 

Phebe 

b 

2-11-1813 

d 

1836 


m 


Dan’l. Sweetland 


489 

Sarah 

b 

4-11-1815 

d 


490 

Nathaniel C. 

b 

7-14-1817 

d 

11-22-1898 

491 

Gideon 

b 

7-11-1819 

d 


49 2 

Cynthia 

b 

5-11-1821 

d 



225 Barzilla moved with his parents in 1806 to Fredonia, N. Y. 
and bought a farm, becoming very successful on it. He married 
1808 Polly, dau. Sam’l. and Mary ( ) Marsh, 

b. 1795 ; d. 6-7-1855. 


Issue born in Fredonia, N. Y. 


493 

Corrington 

b 

4-19-1809 

d 

1891 

494 

John Nelson 

b 

9-3-1810 

d 

10-25-1810 

495 

Angeline 

b 

9-28-1811 

d 

4-11-1858 

496 

George W. 

b 

3-23-1814 

d 


497 

Zebiah W. 

b 

3-15-1816 

d 



m 4- 

-18-1844 

Noble Bassett 



498 

Mary L. 

b 

7-31-1818 

d 

5-30-1848 


m 5-4-1847 

Wm. Fellows 



499 

Adison S. 

b 

2-21-1821 

d 


500 

Sarah W. 

b 

6-24-1824 

d 



226 William was a prosperous farmer and married 12-14-1809 
Lucinda, dau. Zattre and Rachel (Buckingham) Cushing, b. 
8-13-1794; d. 11-7-1868. 


Issue born in Fredonia, N. Y. 

501 Milton Cushing b 9-8-1811 d 1-8-1838 

502 Sarah Wood b 9-2-1813 d 9-16-1854 

m 12-6-1837 Herodotus Smith 





JAMES OF RHODE ISLAND 


39 


503 

Lydia Cushing 

b 

8-17-1815 d 

5-7-183- 


m 3-3-1836 

Newell Gould 


504 

Charles Alonzo 

b 

10-22-1829 d 

8-10-1870 

505 

Bradley Hezekiah 

b 

11-29-1834 d 

4-2-1888 


237 Joseph Sanford moved early to Charleston, S. C. and 
married 5-1-1798 Henrietta C, dan. Theo. and Ellinor (Cordes) 


Gilliard. b. 9-6-1774; d. 8- 

13-1858. 




Issue born 

in Charleston, 

S. C. 


506 

Samuel Gilliard b 

5 -i 7 -i 799 

d 

1-11-1863 

507 

Ellinor b 

11-11-1800 

d 

11-11-1800 unm 

508 

Sanford William b 

12-4-1801 

d 

12-17-1801 unm 

509 

Henrietta C. b 

5-23-1803 

d 

11-4-1850 


m 2-4-1841 

Peter Gilliard 



2 m 3-12-1849 

Wm. S. Lee 



5 io 

Elizabeth Gourdin b 

10-1-1804 

d 

1898 unm 

5i 1 

Ellinor Cordes b 

1-25-1806 

d 

2-1-1900 

5 12 

Sanford William b 

8-2-1807 

d 


5i3 

Frances Rogers b 

10-18-1808 

d 

unm 

5i4 

Abigail Ann b 

2-11-1810 

d 

vo 

00 

M 

1 

N 

M 

1 

N 

(—1 


m 6-20-1832 

James Ferguson 


5 LS 

Mary Esther b 

5-7-1811 

d 

7-1-1812 unm 

516 

Lawrence Burrows b 

9-1-1813 

d 

5-26-1814 

5 i 7 

John Stoney b 

6-24-1815 

d 

4-28-1816 unm 

518 

Henry Lewis b 

9-6-1817 

d 

9-13-1843 unm 

246 Daniel Wilcox was 

a husbandman and married 4-3-1798 

Eliz., dau. Jonathan and Eliz. ( ) Almy. 



Issue born 

in Newport, 

R. I. 


519 

Daniel b 

5-8-1802 

d 


520 

Mary Ann b 

11-12-1804 

d 


52 i 

Elizabeth Almy b 

1-27-1807 

d 


522 

Peleg b 

5-18-1808 

d 



250 J. Willard was a farmer and married 1804 Martha, 

dau. Dr. Jos. and Mary (Peckham) Perry, b. 1785; 

d. 2-16-1869. 



40 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


Issue born in So. Kingston, R. I. 


523 Joshua Perry 

524 Elizabeth R. 

m 

525 James Willard 

526 Martha 


b 5-6--1806 d 3-22-1877 

b 1808 d 3-27-1881 

David C. Hall 

b 4-10-1810 d 9-10-1856 

b d 


262 Israel was an optician and clock repairer. He married 
4-24-1824 Jeanette, dau. David and Caty (Tayler) Moore, b. 
12-24-1804; d. 12-16-1898. 


Issue born in Maccan and Passboro, N. S. 


527 

Edwin 

b 

11-5-1825 

d 

2-3-1826 unm 

528 

Abijah 

b 

4-2-l827 

d 

12-3-1859 

529 

Catherine 

b 

7-6-1828 

d 

10-26-1917 


m 

1-1-1847 

Simon P. Webb 


530 

Jesse 

b 

10-25-1829 

b 

4-26-1902 

531 

Mary 

b 

1-13-1831 

d 

10-7-1903 






No issue 


m 

7-2-1873 

Levi J. Seavey 



532 

Eleanor 

b 

2-21-1832 

d 

4-10-1906 






No issue 


m 

9-11-1864 

Hiram Pierce 



533 

David 

b 

9-19-1833 

d 

9-9-1873 unm 

534 

Martha 

b 

9-19-1834 

d 

1-23-1917 

535 

Esther 

b 

4-3-1836 

d 

1-14-1913 


m 

11-7-1864 

Reuben Lowell 



536 

Marie 

b 

8-25-1837 

d 

10-29-1837 unm 

537 

Deborah 

Warden b 

10-3-1838 

d 

2-23-1916 


m 

4-19-1864 

Caleb F. Billings 


538 

Julia Ann 

b 

4-19-1840 

d 

3-26-1914 


m 

10-10-1861 

Francis C. Marshall 

539 

Margaret 

b 

3-22-1842 

d 

5-10-1910 


m 

11-5-1868 

Isaac Clark 




2 m 

2-7-1878 

Israel Burdy 



540 

Israel 

b 

6-22-1843 

d 

7-28-1902 unm 

54 i 

John Moore b 

3-28-1845 

d 

8-27-1892 






No issue 


m 

7-2-1873 

Isabella Snow 



542 

Richard 

b 

5-15-1848 

d 



264 Dr. John was a successful physician and married 
Olive, dau. Dr. Stephen and Olive (Wilmarth) Potter, b. 10-6- 
1794; d. 1882. 




JAMES OF RHODE ISLAND 


41 


Issue born in Barkersville, N. Y. 


543 

Stephen P. 

b 5-6-1821 

d 

544 

Ira 

b 

d 

545 

Samuel 

b 

d 

546 

Lydia 

b 

d 

547 

Mary 

b 

d 

548 

Mathilda 

b 

d 


12—8—1906 


276 David was a farmer and married 


549 

550 Edward 

551 


Issue born in 

b 

b 

b 


Picton, Can. 

d 

d 

d 


277 William Gould was a farmer and a Minister in the Society 
of Friends. He married 2-16-1834 Caroline C., dau. Wm. and 
Amy (Doty) Cornell, b. 7-20-1815; d. 6-9-1892. 




Issue born in 

W. Walworth, 

N. 

Y. 

552 

Robert 

b 

11-16-1834 

d 

1-26-1836 unm 

553 

Edward 

David b 

6-24-1837 

d 


554 

Anna Eliza b 

12-18-1838 

d 

9-30-1880 


m 

11-28-1866 

Albert Keyes 


. 

555 

Emily 

b 

1-19-1841 

d 

2-4-1887 


m 

10-15-1863 

Jerome Green 



556 

Charles 

b 

6-10-1843 

d 


557 

Robert 

b 

6-10-1843 

d 

1-11-1916 

558 

William C. b 

2-11-1851 

d 

4-6-1923 

559 

David 

b 

5-23-1853 

d 

1-6-1926 


289 Hugh Judge lived first at Wellington, Can. where he had 
150 acres and the grist mill his father erected in 1815, later he 
purchased land and a grist mill in Collingwood, Can. becoming a 
thrifty farmer. He kept the first dry goods store in Wellington, 
and belonged to the Society of Friends. He married 11-7-1824 
Polly, dau. James and Mary ( ) Augustus, b. 8-15-1805; 

d. 8-4-1893. 


42 


BARKER GENEALOGY 





Issue born 

in Bloomfield, Can. 


560 

Lydia 

b 

10-30-1825 

d 

12-11-1911 


m 

8-13-1843 

Allan Sanborn 




2 m 

1885 

Jacob Smith 



56 1 

Rachel 

b 

2-20-1828 

d 

4-9-1912 


m 

5-8-1845 

Edward B. Wilcox 


562 

James 

b 

1-20-1830 

d 

8-17-1850 

563 

Anna 

b 

2-24-1831 

d 

10-6-1914 

No 


m 


Wm. Sharpe 



564 

Mary 

b 

12-12-1833 

d 

2-2-1920 


m 

6-29-1860 

John B. Wylie 



565 

Elizabeth 

b 

2-20-1836 

d 

11-13-1914 


m 

10-31-1866 

Lewis Luke 



566 

Edward 

b 

11-11-1837 

d 

7-18-1914 

567 

Willett 

b 

1-11-1840 

d 

2-21-1916 

568 

Jane 

b 

2-28-1842 

d 



m 

i860 

Beni. F. Weller 


569 

loseph H 

b 

4_ 3 _ i 8 4 4 

d 


570 

John Dorland b 

7-26-1849 

d 



unm 


291 Joseph Leavens lived with his father in Wellington, 
erected extensive woolen mills, also interested in farming, had 
over 1000 acres in various parts of Canada. He married 5-4-1831 
Harriet, dau. Cornelius and Eliz. (Acker) White. 

Issue born in Bloomfield Co. Can. 

571 John Stevenson b 7-8-1832 d 1901 

572 Shove b 11-18-1833 d 

573 Mary Anne b 6-13-1835 d 

m 8-17-1859 Colin Gearing 

574 Merritt b 7-16-1837 d 

294 David served as ensign in the Prince Edward Co. Militia, 
rising to the rank of Captain, in 1848 he was appointed postmaster 
of Picton by the Marquess of Clanricarde. He married 11-12- 
1846 Christian, dau. Anthony and Jane (Davidson) Marshall, b. 
8-7-18 ; d. 1-17-1858. 


Issue born in Picton, Can. 

575 Christian Ann b 10-6-1847 d 

576 Mary Marshall b 4-23-1849 d 

m Chas. Carbored 








JAMES 

OF RHODE ISLAND 

43 

577 

James William 

b 

3-27-1853 d 

No issue 


m 


Lillian E. C. Knight 


578 

Lydia Jane 

b 

8-16-1854 d 


579 

David John 

b 

4-11-1856 d 


580 

Christiana 

b 

1-16-1858 d 



301 David Doty was a successful merchant and married 6-5- 
1838 Julia A., dau. Erastus and Alathea (Sanford) Barnes, b. 
11-7-1820; d. 11-29-1904. 


Issue born in Brooklyn, N. Y. 


581 

David Sanford 

b 

6-4-1839 

d 

5-15-1902 

582 

Erastus Barnes 

b 

1-12-1841 

d 


583 

Caleb 

b 

7-27-1843 

d 


584 

Eliza Emeline 

b 

5-8-1846 

d 

No issue 


m 7-5- 

-1871 

Edgar C. Poole 


585 

Julia Ann 

b 

6-7-1849 

d 



m 9-26-1869 

John H. Rushmore 


586 

Caroline Crook 

b 

12-24-1852 

d 

10-4-1854 unm 

587 

Joseph Rudd 

b 

8-4-1858 

d 

1-18-1859 unm 


305 William Casey was a merchandise broker and married 
7-18-1850 Beulah C., dau. Sam’l. and Rebecca (Craft) Townsend. 



Issue born 

in New York 

City 


588 

Samuel Townsend b 

4-2-1851 

d 

5-19-1851 unm 

589 

William Casey jr. b 

2-4-1853 

d 

1-8-1854 unm 

590 

Rebecca Townsend b 

1-13-1855 

d 



m 10-18-1876 

Edw. B. Belcher 


591 

Mary Townsend b 

3-5-1857 

d 



m 10-25-1876 

Geo. Marshall 



3 10 

1 George Thomas married 

i860 

Susan R., dau. 

Thos. 

and Sara (Pancoast) Ridgway. b. 


; d. 

1915 ; 






Issue born 

in Philadelphia, 

Pa. 


592 

Rachel b 

1862 

d 

No issue 


m 

Count Adam de Trampe 

593 

Thomas Ridgway b 

5-10-1863 

d 



44 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


318 Arnold was a farmer and had a grist mill, also interested 
in fishing. He married 8-2-1802 Nancy (211) ; married (2) 
5-15-1814 Mary Dunbar. 


Issue born in Middletown, R. I. 


594 Harriet 

595 Esther Ann 

m 

596 Mary D. 

m 


b 

b 


3-11-1840 

b 


10-27-1803 d 

3-2-1816 d 

Abram H. Tilley 

11-6-1817 d 

Albert G. Smith 

12-17-1818 d 


5-1-1818 unm 
8-4-1840 



m 11- 

-17-1839 

Benj. Almy 


598 

Eunice 

b 

5-16-1820 

d 

m s 

2-I-I846 

Wm. C. Brown 

599 

Celinda 

b 

3-24-1823 

d 

m 


Abram H. Tilley 

600 

Nathan 

b 

10-23-1825 

d 9-21-1895 

319 Giles was 

a farmer and married 10-23-1803 Lilias, dau 

Peleg and Mary ( 


) Sanford, b. 2-26-1786; d. 


Issue born 

in Middletown, 

R. I. 

601 

Mary 

b 

6-16-1804 

d 

602 

Elizabeth 

b 

10-2-1805 

d 

603 

Samuel Sanford b 

4-4-1808 

d 

322 Peter was 

for many years Judge of Newport Co. R. I 

He married 

1811 Keturah, dau. Geo. and Keturah (Max- 

son) Clarke, b. 


; d. 9-5-1864. 



Issue born 

in Middletown, 

R. I. 

604 

William R. 

b 

10-11-1812 

d 

605 

Arnold M. 

b 

11-16-1814 

d 

606 

Elizabeth G. 

b 

2-15-1817 

d 


m 

1837 

Stephen (668) 

607 

Edmund D. 

b 

4-14-1821 

d 1906 

608 

Joseph P. 

b 

4-21-1823 

d 

609 

Phebe 

b 

2-21-1825 

d 


m 

1844 

Stockford E. 

Tilley 

610 

Paul M. 

b 

4-25-1827 

d 

611 

Eunice Maria b 

3-21-1830 

d 

612 

George Clarke b 

5-17-1833 

d 11-21-1903 





JAMES OF RHODE ISLAND 


45 


326 Perry Chase was 
Robinson 

a 

farmer and married 

Lydia 

Issue born in Easton, N. Y. 


613 Eugene 

b 

d 


614 Robinson 

b 

d 


615 Caroline 

b 

d 

1839 

616 Amelia 

b 

d 

1841 

617 Sarah Elizabeth 

b 

d 



m 


1844 J. H. Holmes 


327 Aaron was an active, leading and influential citizen, had 
been postmaster, supervisor and one time state Representative, was 
Director of Washington Co. Bank from its organization in 1839. 
He married 1-1-1812 Mary Cornell, b. 11-4-1795; d. 6-20-1830; 
married (2) 11-20-1831 Sarah (350). 


Issue born in Easton, N. Y. 


618 

Maria Ann b 

12-9-1812 d 

10-27-1842 


m 1-18-1837 

Peter Coggeshall 

619 

Sarah Abigail b 

3-11-1817 d 

9-23-1901 


m 1-15-1835 

Asa Coggeshall 


620 

Mary Corinne b 

10-29-1824 d 



m 7-25-1844 

Ebenezer Allen 


621 

Cornelia H. b 

2-28-1836 d 

10-2-1893 


m 10-23-1856 

Henry Stevens 


333 Benajah was a farmer and married Maria 

Coggeshall. b. ; d. ; married (2) 1-24-1833 

Abigail Kenyon, b. 1810; d. 12-11-1845. 


Issue born in 

622 Elizabeth Hoag b 11-31-1833 d 

m 5-18-1853 Sutherland D. Hoag 

623 Mary G. b 8-28-1836 d 4-2-1894 

m 11-21-1855 Jediah P. Gifford 

624 Eunice J. b 3-19-1841 d 

m 5-10-1865 Francis M. Tuttle 


46 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


334 William was a farmer and married 
Kenyon. 

Issue born in 

625 Mary E. b d 

626 Kenyon b d 

337 Oliver Cook was a farmer and married 
Caroline L. 

Issue born in Windsor, Me. 


Dorcas 


1832 


627 

John Clarke 

b 

3-1-1833 

d 


344 David Earl was 

a farmer and married 

1832 Naomi, 

dau. 

Ezra and Rebecca (Clements) Hill. 




Issue 

born 

in Homer, N. 

Y. 


628 

Mary 

b 

1834 

d 

1912 

629 

William C. 

b 

1836 

d 

1910 

630 

Henrietta 

b 

1838 

d 

1920 

631 

Nason V. 

b 

1840 

d 

1843 unm 

632 

Hartland 

b 

1842 

d 

1843 unm 

633 

David Nelson 

b 

3-3-1844 

d 

7-21-1923 

634 

F. Adelbert 

b 

1848 

d 


633 

Ruth A. 

b 

1849 

d 


636 

Ella S. 

b 

1856 

d 



348 Albert lived home with his father, was a farmer moving 
in 1837 to Homer, N. Y., thence in 1886 to Knoxville, Pa. He 
married 6-20-1822 Sophronia, dau. Luther and Martha (Law) 
Eastman, b. 10-20-1804; d. 3-23-1884. 


Issue born in Westmoreland and Homer, N. Y. 


637 

638 

639 

640 

641 

642 


Mercy M. b 

m 7-2-1845 
Luther Eastman b 
Caroline A. b 

Jane Eliza b 

m 6-25-1857 
Martha Law b 

m 3-31-1857 
Albert Cushman b 


8-29-1823 d 

Henry G. Short 
10-1-1825 d 

12-15-1827 d 

4-16-1830 d 

Marinus N. Allen 
7-30-1834 d 

Wm. S. Crandall 
10-29-1839 d 


4-24-1903 

12-6-1886 
10-16-1864 unm 
9-8-1884 

1-21-1899 

9-28-1902 unm 




JAMES OF RHODE ISLAND 


47 


356 William Cornell married Phebe, dau. Isaac 

and Phebe ( ) Peck. b. ; d. ; mar¬ 
ried (2) 1828 Sarah Ann, dau. Sam’l. and Sarah 

( ) Jenks. b. 11-10-1800; d. 11-29-1869. 



Issue 

born 

in Providence, 

R. I. 



643 

William Cornell 

b 

11-10-1829 

d 

7-29-1876 

unm 

644 

Sarah Ann 

b 

4-30-1831 

d 

5-11-1887 

unm 

645 

Charles J. 

b 

4-30-1831 

d 

&-7-1835 

unm 

646 

Charles Joseph 

b 

8-15-1836 

d 

9-29-1837 

unm 

647 

George W. 

b 

5-25-1839 

d 

5-28-1912 


648 

Henry Rodman 

b 

9-15-1841 

d 

3-17-1901 



365 John Rodman was a dry goods merchant and married 
Eliz. Gardner. 



Issue born 

in Philadelphia, 

Pa. 

649 

Elizabeth 

b 


d unm 

650 

Jane 

m 

b 

Jas. B. Bouck 

d 

651 

Mary 

m 

b 

Neilson Olcott 

d 

652 

Joshua 

b 


d 

653 

John Rodman jr. 

b 

4-27-1851 

d 9-4-1889 


SEVENTH GENERATION 

367 James was a farmer and married 1798 Susannah 

Green. 



Issue born in 

Cheshire, 

Mass, and Deerfield, 

N. H. 

654 

Nathaniel Luther b 

6-10-1799 

d 


655 

Calvin H. 

b 

1-15-1801 

d 

1879 

656 

Laura G. 

b 

9-19-1802 

d 

65; 

E. Alden 

b 

9-23-1804 

d 


658 

Chloe W. 

b 

9-3-1806 

d 


659 

Maria G. 

b 

5-8-1810 

d 


660 

Barbara Ann 

b 

10-9-1811 

d 


661 

Oussa W. 

b 

7-18-1814 

d 


662 

Mason Taylor 

b 

5-11-1817 

d 


663 

Clarissa M. 

b 

-25-1822 

d 




4 8 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


369 Russell was a husbandman and married Patience, 

dau. Benj. and Sarah (Mowry) Slocum, b. 1780; d. 

3-12-1816. 

Issue born in Adams, Mass. 

664 Sara Mowry b 10-20-1810 d 

m 11-8-1838 Sam’l. R. Eaton 


376 Stephen was a farmer and married 12-24-1807 Martha, 
dau. Jos. and Rebecca (Hoswell) Peckham. • b. 1-9-1788; d. 
4-8-1869. 


Issue born in Middletown, R. I. 


665 

Almira 

b 

8-29-1808 

d 


m 9-28-1842 

Capt. Wm. 

Smith 

666 

Sarah Ann 

b 

7-25-1811 

d 

667 

Isaac 

b 

7-19-1813 

d 11- 


m 12-20-1846 

Frances M. (675) 


m (2) 9-30-1869 

Laura A. (682) 

668 

Stephan Peckham 

b 

7-18-1815 

d 2-: 

669 

Martha Amanda 

b 

9-13-1817 

d 

670 

Maria Naomi 

b 

5-13-1820 

d 

671 

Francis S. 

b 

6-5-1824 

d 


No issue 


2-28-1898 


380 Cyrus went to Providence when young, becoming asso¬ 
ciated in the hardware business later, in 1819, he was an incor¬ 
porator of the Providence Bank for Savings. He married 3-13- 
1808 Ann L., dau. Jos. and Deborah (Hacker) Arnold, b. 4-18- 
1787; d. 1-17-1869. 


Issue born in Providence, R. I. 


672 Joseph A. b 2-20-1809 d 

673 Anna Sarah b 4-17-1810 d 

m 3-16-1836 Wm. Peckham 

674 Harriet E. b 8-29-1811 d 

675 Frances M. b 2-13-1813 d 

m 12-20-1846 Isaac (667) 


10-13-1892 unm 


4-24-1881 unm 
12-14-1868 

No issue 






JAMES OF RHODE ISLAND 


49 


676 

Emma Louise b 

3-20-1815 

d 

6-23-1891 

m 11-29-1840 

Wm. Whitaker 



677 

James Monroe b 

6-16-1817 

d 

8-27-1833 unm 

678 

William F. b * 

12-9-1821 

d 

9-2-1823 unm 

679 

Edna S. b 

11-20-1823 

d 


m 9 - 3-1845 

Oliver S. Curtis 


680 

William Cyrus b 

4-25-1825 

d 

12-12-1914 

681 

Frederick A. b 

9-8-1827 

d 


682 

Laura Antonette b 

1-2-1831 

d 



m 9-30-1869 

Isaac (667) 




383 James married 5-5-1814 Ruth, dau. Abner and Comfort 
(Brownell) Wilcox, b. 3-12-1797; d. 7-1-1832; married (2) 
5-23-1833 Eliphalet (315). 


Issue born in Middletown, R. I. 


683 

Matilda Rice 

b 

2-14-1815 

d 

684 

Paul 

b 

11-29-1817 

d 

685 

Joseph Oren 

b 

6-17-1819 

d 

686 

Roxanna 

b 

7-6-1821 

d 


m 2-1- 

•1842 

Solomon Peckham 

687 

Dorcas Ann b 

m 1-16-1848 

2-26-1823 
Geo. A. Carr 

d 

688 

Hiram 

b 

9-5-1826 

d 

689 

Ezra James 

b 

4-18-1829 

d 

690 

Ruth Maria 

b 

1-7-1832 

d 

691 

William 

b 

6-9-1834 

d 

692 

Harriet L. 

b 

6-29-1835 

d 

693 

Julia F. 

b 

4-15-1837 

d 

694 

Mary Catherine 

b 

9-21-1838 

d 

695 

Peter L. 

b 

5-17-1840 

d 

696 

Rhoda A. 

b 

2-26-1843 

d 


384 Hiram was a farmer and married 1-11-1818 Ruth, dau. 
Solomon and Eliz. ( ) Searle. b. 1794; d. 12-7- 

1821; married (2) 5-27-1823 Maria G., dau. John and Hannah 
(Cory) Snow. b. 10-23-1801; d. 10-10-1855; married (3) 6-4- 
1856 Hannah Martin, b. 2-21-1803; d. 2-11-1889. 

Issue born in Middletown, R. I. 

697 b 5-29-1820 d 1820 unm 

698 James Searle b 8-20-1821 d 1-16-1822 unm 


5 ° 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


699 

700 Allen W. 

701 Mary Elvina 

702 Clinton Snow 

703 Leprelete Miller 

704 


b 1-7-1824 
b 1-13-1826 
b 12-7-1827 
b 7-13-1830 
b 9-30-1833 
b 9-16-1835 


d 1824 unm 

d 

d 8-8-1828 unm 

d 

d 6-27-1859 

d 1835 unm 


388 Daniel was a farmer and married 


Sally Barker. 


Issue born in Lanesboro, Mass. 


705 George W. 

706 Caroline 

707 Sarah Ann 

708 Harriet 

709 Enoch 


b 3-22-1813 d 
b 6-9-1814 d 
b 1-9-1816 d 
b 12-18-1817 d 
b 10-17-1820 d 


397 Vining was a farmer who went to Michigan in 1839, took 
up land in Adams, becoming well to do by raising sheep and wheat. 
He married 1-4-1823 Sally Davis, b. 2-18-1801; d. 1-11-1873; 
married (2) 9-2-1874 Mrs. Paulina Webb, dau. Oney and Mary 
( ) Carter, b. ; d. 4-20-1897. 


Issue born in Herkimer Co. N. Y. 


710 

Hannah 

m 

b 

10-8-1823 
Iram Chadwick 

d 


711 

Harriet 

b 

1-1-1825 

d 

8-25-1826 unm 

712 

Isaac 

m 

b 

12-31-1848 

10-7-1826 d 

Eveline Pettigrew 

7 _ 9~ I 9 11 

No issue 

713 

James 

b 

3-31-1828 

d 

1-11-1910 

714 

Luther 

b 

5-3-1830 

d 

4-22-1904 

715 

Jane 

m 

b 

9-18-1853 

IO-3O-I832 
Daniel Sears 

d 

11-14-1866 

716 

Davis 

b 

12-3-1835 

d 

1-8-1873 

/ T / 

Anson 

b 

3-15-1838 

d 

5-16-1914 


400 Josiah Buck moved to Michigan in 1828 where he obtained 
a farm and became prosperous. He married 1820 Mary 

Smith, b. ; d. 1824; married (2) 1825 

Betsy McKinistry. b. ; d. 7-25-1870. 






JAMES OF RHODE ISLAND 


51 


Issue born in Machias, N. Y. and E. Nankin, Mich. 


718 

Loring Smith 

b 

5-30-1821 

d 

5-27-1899 

719 

Buel E. 

b 

1823 

d 

unm 

720 

John Devine 

b 

1-7-1826 

d 

5-28-1911 

721 

Philander N. 

b 

5-28-1828 

d 

9-9-1896 

722 

Mary S. 

b 

1830 

d 

1865 


m 


Philander Bemis 

723 

Harriet 

b 

1833 

d 

5-10-1922 


m 7-8-1865 

Frank Stringer 


724 

William Porter 

b 

1836 

d 

1863 unm 


Civil war 

soldier 



725 

Harvey 

b 

1838 

d 

1896 

726 

Christopher C. 

b 

1841 

d 

1909 

727 

Jane E. 

b 

1845 

d 

1862 unm 


404 Rev. Harvey was a Methodist minister and married 
1826 Content McKinstry. 


Issue born in Plymouth, Mich. 


728 

Ellenor 

b 

1827 d 

m 


Henry Butts 

729 

John P. 

b 

1830 d 

730 

Lucy A. 

b 

1832 d 


m 


Clinton Shattuck 

731 

Wesley 

b 

1834 d 

732 

Oscar J. 

b 

1839 d 

733 

Harriet 

b 

1842 d 

734 

Charles H. 

b 

1845 d 


407 William L. was a farmer and married Sarah 

Sleighter. 

Issue born in Porter, Mich. 

735 Nancy M. b 1836 d 

736 William W. b 1840 d 

737 Sarah E. b 1844 d 


408 Peleg was a cabinet maker and married 1838 

Sarah Griswold, b. ; d. 5-11-1892. 


52 


BARKER GENEALOGY 



Issue born 

in Plymouth, 

Mich. 

73 8 

Helen Almyra 

b 

9-11-1839 

d 6-11-1908 

739 

Susan E. 

b 

1842 

d 

740 

David B. 

b 

1845 

d 1847 unm 

a 

William Griswold 

b 

8-1-1848 

d 

b 

Jay 

b 

5-25-1851 

d 

c 

John 

b 

5-14-1853 

d 

d 

Charles 

b 

10-19-1854 

d 

e 

Nancy Adell 

b 

6-28-1856 

d 

f 

Anson S. 

b 

9-11-1858 

d 


409 Gardner Thurston was a 

successful 

farmer and married 

74 i 

1835 Mary A. Tichenor. 

Issue born in Plymouth, Mich. 
Laura E. b 1836 d 


742 

Emily 

b 

1839 

d 

1846 unm 

743 

Harvey 

b 

1841 

d 


744 

Eliza G. 

b 

1843 

d 


745 

Henry M. 

b 

184s 

d 



411 John Vanderburgh was a woolen manufacturer and 
secured the insertion of a long and short haul freight clause, 
eventually becoming part of the interstate commerce act. He 
married 11-11-1832 Sarah, dau. Jas. and Eliz. (Stearns) Apthorp. 
b. 11-19-1807; d. 1-3-1853; married (2) 9-8-1853 Minerva 
Apthorp, b. 8-2-1814; d. 


Issue born in Pittsfield, Mass. 


746 

James Madison 

b 

10-23-1839 

d 10-2-1905 

747 

John V. 

b 

10-31-1844 

d y unm 

748 

Sarah Ella 

b 

10-18-1854 

d 

749 

Charles T. 

b 

10-21-1857 

d 


412 Charles Trueworth was a prosperous woolen manufacturer 
and married 9-25-1834 Mehitable Negus, b. 1814; d. 5-9- 
1865; married (2) 11-28-1867 Cornelia, dau. Henry G. and 
Phebe (Pratt) Learned, b. 8-30-1837; d. 



JAMES OF RHODE ISLAND 


53 


Issue born in Pittsfield, Mass. 


750 

Harriet L. 

b 

4-25-1836 

d 

4-21-1859 


m 10-20-1857 

Fred’k. A. Francis 


751 

Gardner Thurston 

b 

10-26-1837 

d 

1887 

75 2 

Charles T. 

b 

2-21-1840 

d 

8-13-1843 unm 

753 

Albert M. 

b 

12-23-1841 

d 

11-22-1843 unm 

754 

Charles T. jr. * 

b 

3-27-1844 

d 

9-12-1846 unm 

755 

Otis R. 

b 

1-5-1847 

d 

4-27-1870 unm 

756 

Francis Marion 

b 

8-5-1851 

d 

8-2-1854 unm 

757 

Robert B. 

b 

8-2-1853 

d 

1-29-1855 unm 

758 

Caroline F. 

b 

4-14-1856 

d 



m 11-18-1874 

Ansel E. Chamberlain 

759 

Mabel L. 

b 

12-19-1869 

d 


760 

Harry L. 

b 

2-24-1873 

d 



414 Gardner Thurston in 1838 went to Peoria, Ill. becoming 
a general merchant, was elected to City Council in 1852, Mayor 
from 1862-71. He went in the distilling business in 1867 and 
prospered, was President of the Commercial National Bank, tak¬ 
ing a deep interest in Peoria and her welfare. He married 8-20- 


1840 Helen, dau. Elial and Mary (Lewis) White, b. 9-16-1817; 

d. 

1897. 





Issue born in Peoria, Ill. 

761 

Walter 

b 

1841 d 1841 unm 

762 

Ellen B. 

b 

10-29-1843 d 


m 

12-13-1866 

Wm. McRoberts 

763 

Walter 

b 

d 

764 

Jessie 

b 

d 3-11-1876 


m 


Chas. Wincup 


417 Isaac Lockwood married 1-1-1845 Mary A. Carpenter, b. 
11-29-1825; d. 


Issue born in Pittsfield and Hancock, Mass. 

765 William Henry b 12-2 1846 d 

766 Mary Emeline b 3-25=1849 d 5-10-1852 unm 

767 Laura Ellen b 3-25-1851 d 









54 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


418 Luther Hall married 7-11-1844 Martha Cook. b. 
d. 12-26-1849; married (2) 11-11-1854 Sarah A. Allen. 


Issue born in 


768 

769 

770 

771 

772 


Maria 
Charles T. 
Stephen Douglas 
Sarah Louise 


b 

b 

b 

b 

b 


1845 


d 

d 

d 

d 

d 


y 



» 1 


1 

1 


1 

1 


\ 


unm 

\ 


421 George W. was in the woolen mill business and married 
3-2-1859 Mary A. Hadsell. b. 9-22-1836; d. 


Issue born in Hancock, Mass. 


773 Lockwood 

774 Walter 

775 Elizabeth G. 


b 11-16-1860 d 
b 7-6-1863 d 
b 3-28-1873 d 


422 Benjamin F. married 6-1-1863 Justina Whecock. b. 12- 
16-1840; d. 


776 Edward E. 

777 Emma J. 

779 Justina G. 

780 Benjamin F. jr. 

781 Maud 


Issue born in 

b 10-15-1866 d 

b 10-6-1868 d 

b 1-2-1871 d 

b 7 - 7-1873 d 

b 10-15-1875 d 


423 Joseph was a successful farmer, moving to Iowa in 1839. 
He married 3-31-1825 Anne, dau. Isaac and Hannah (Cranston) 
Manchester, b. 7-29-1808; d. 10-23-1880. 


Issue born in Kilgore, O. and Winchester, Iowa. 


782 

Eunice 

b 

1-16-1826 d 12-4-1843 unm 

783 

Alfred 

b 

5-28-1827 d 5-25-1828 unm 

784 

Eliza Jane 

b 

5-12-1828 d 3-1-1857 


m 


Henry Schaffer 




JAMES OF RHODE ISLAND 55 


785 

Mary 

b 

1-25-1830 d 

1925 


m 


Henry Hootman 


786 

Elizabeth 

b 

9-10-1831 d 

9-26-1836 unm 

787 

William A. 

b 

7-31-1833 d 

7-26-1899 

788 

Hannah 

b 

1-25-1835 d 

3-26-1863 


m 


Wm. Sherrod 


789 

Elmira 


b 8-23-1836 d 



m 


C. Freshwater 


790 

Isabelle 

b 

6-28-1838 d 

11-4-1925 


m 


Newton Calhoun 


791 

Sarah 

b 

9-5-1840 d 

12-3-1925 





No issue 


m 


Jos. Smith 


792 

Arnold C. 

b 

3-18-1842 d 


793 

Joseph A. 

b 

1-19-1843 d 

2-28-1863 unm 


Civil war soldier Co. I—19th Iowa Inf. 

794 

John S. 

b 

11-7-1845 d 

1920 

795 

Catherine 

b 

5-13-1847 d 



m 


Wm. Bolt 


796 


b 

1-12-1849 d 

6-12-1849 unm 

797 

Theresa 

b 

11-21-1850 d 



m 


Linford Sherrod 


798 

Hugh Boardman 

b 

7-6-1854 d 

9-17-1902 


425 Mathew was 

a farmer and married 


Rachel Dowell 

799 

Jane Shults 

Issue born in 

b 

d 


800 

George 

b 1-15-1842 

d 

10-25-1893 

801 

Delilah 

b 

d 

802 

Lucinda 

b 

d 


803 

Rebecca 

b 

d 


804 

Frances 

b 

d 


80s 

Samuel 

b 

d 


806 

James 

b 

d 


807 

Isaac 

b 

d 



428 Arnold was a successful physician and married 
Sarah 


Issue born in 


808 Sarah 

809 Zenrah 


b 

b 


d 

d 





BARKER GENEALOGY 


5 * 


429 John was a husbandman and married 


Eliz. 


810 James 


Issue born in 

b 7-12-1844 d 


3-5-1924 


430 


811 

812 

813 

814 

815 

816 


431 


817 

818 

819 

820 


Isaac was a farmer and married Sarah 


Issue born in 


John Thomas 

b 

d 

Emma 

b 

d 

Eunice 

b 

d 

Elizabeth 

b 

d 

m 

Wm. 

Sherrod 

Kate 

b 

d 

Anne 

b 

d 

Alanson married Lucy Crawford 

Issue born in 

Zachariah 

b 

d 

Joseph 

b 

d 

Agnes 

b 

d 

Louisa 

b 

d 


435 Albert Gallatin was a farmer and married 
Ann Weaver, b. ; married (2) Mary 


Mary 


Issue born in Middletown, R. I. 


821 John P. b 

822 Mary Ann Weaver b 

824 Dorcas E. b 

825 Munford Peckham b 

826 Clarke Taggert b 


7-13-1836 

10-19-1844 

9-13-1847 

3-29-1853 

3-29-1853 


d 

d 

d 

d 

d 


437 J°b Mason was a husbandman and married 5-3-1837 
Julia M. Sherman. 


Issue born in Middletown, R. I. 

827 James T. b 11-9-1838 d 

828 Julia M. b 12-4-1839 d 





JAMES OF RHODE ISLAND 


57 


829 

Ann M. 

b 

830 

Jacob J. 

b 

831 

Susan S. 

b 


m 


832 

Washington S. 

b 

833 

Josephine L. 

b 


8-13-1841 d 

10-12-1843 d 

d 

Fred’k. B. Coggeshall 
5-15-1847 d 

i1-1-1849 d 


439 Robinson Potter was a farmer and married 11-5-1840 
Julia A., dau. Dr. Sam’l. and Sabina (Dewey) Peckham. b. 9-10- 
1819; d. 11-29-1861. 


Issue born in Middletown, R. I. 


834 

835 

836 

837 


Maria b 

Mary Eliza b 

. m 9-3- 1 874 
Christopher F. b 

Elma b 

m 


d 

3-17-1844 d 
Albert K. Sherman 
10-31-1849 d 11-28-1922 

1857 d 1924 

John Peckham 


442 Joseph Freeborn was a prosperous farmer and married 
7-20-1837 Jane Sourback, b. ; d. ; married 

(2) 5-25-1843 Anna H., dau. David and Waitstell (Hammond) 
Shurtleff. b. 1-27-1823; d. 1899. 


Issue born in Duncannon and Newcastle, Pa. 


838 

Joseph Chandler 

b 

839 

Sylvester F. 

b 

840 

Ruth Ann 

b 

841 

William Warren 

b 

842 

Hannah Mabel 

b 


m 11-19-1874 

843 


b 

844 

Harriet 

b 

845 

Joseph Lincoln 

b 


3-6-1844 d 

3-17-1845 d 

3-28-1847 d 

1-4-1851 d 

7-6-1853 d 

Albert Leipheimer 
2-22-1856 d 

5- 27-1859 d 

6- 23-1860 d 


7-1-1844 unm 
6-4-1900 
3-2-1850 unm 

1-4-1887 

2-24-1856 unm 
5-10-1860 unm 


443 Darius Ellery married 11-3-1836 Julia Powell. 

Issue born in 

846 Ruth Amelia b 10-12-1838 d 

m Chas. C. White 

847 Charles Frederick b 10-31-1840 d 4-29-1860 unm 



BARKER GENEALOGY 


58 

848 James Powell 

849 Julia Ellery 

m 

850 George Hall 


b 8-20-1843 d 

b 10-13-1846 d 8-15-1922 

Lewis St.C. Brown 
b 6-30-1849 d 


445 William Henry married 1-12-1834 A. Gifford. 

Issue born in 


851 James b 

852 Henry b 

853 Benjamin b 


d 

d 


447 Alfred Henry married 1843 Ruth Adams, b. ; 

d. ; married (2) 9-30-1885 Mary Almy. 


Issue born in 


854 Alfred Henry 

855 Celia Josephine 

856 Mary Frances 

857 Christopher H. 


b 10-20-1844 
b 8-18-1846 
b 9-11-1848 
b 1850 


d 

d 

d 

d 


1-2-1884 unm 


4-22-1851 unm 


448 Walter Cornell Freeborn married 11-10-1839 Abby, dau. 
Allen and Relief (Munroe) Luther, b. 9-29-1821; d. 5-2-1910. 


Issue born in Bristol, R. I. 


858 

Walter Allen b 

12-12-1841 

d 

11-29-1868 unm 

859 

Sidney 

b 

4-19-1844 

d 

No issue 


m 

4-3-1867 

Emeline Wood 



860 

Alice 

b 

1-12-1846 

d 

11-22-1864 unm 

861 

Ellen 

b 

12-15-1848 

d 

10-1-1920 unm 

862 

Clarence 

b 

12-25-1850 

d 

863 

Charles 

b 

3-9-1853 

d 

2-27-1921 

864 

George 

b 

1-19-1856 

d 

No issue 


m 

11-26-1879 

Ella Greene 



865 

Annie 

b 

5-1-1858 

d 



m 

7-9-1882 

Albert Tanner 



866 

Francis P. b 

11-28-1860 

d 


867 

Ida Alice 

b 

11-8-1864 

d 



m 

11-12-1889 

Jonathan Barney 









JAMES OF RHODE ISLAND 


59 


455 David Melville married int. 11-8-1834 Phebe G. Hazard. 


868 

Issue born 

Sarah Almy b 

in Newport, R. I. 

d 


869 

m 3-25-1862 
Isaac b 

Geo. F. Barker 

d 

12-13-1862 

870 

Civil war soldier 
Oliver Perry b 

4-25-1840 d 

5-17-1895 

871 

Mary Elizabeth b 

d 

10-25-1877 

872 

m 12-31-1859 
Abigail A. b 

John T. Delano 
2-4-1846 d 

No issue 

12-27-1918 

873 

m 12-19-1867 
James Tompkins b 

Edmund J. Tanner 

d 

No issue 

874 

Hannah Amanda b 

d 

3-11-1921 

m 1-30-1879 

Chas. O. Titcomb 



458 Barzilla was a successful farmer, moving about 1864 to 
Minn. He married 4-9-1844 Serena, dau. Thos. and Sally B. 
(Dresser) Chollar. 


Issue born in Homer, N. Y. 


875 

Thomas Eliphaz 

b 

4-28-1845 

d 12-21-1923 

876 

George Henry 

b 

11-28-1847 

d 

877 

Frederick Edwin 

b 

9-29-1849 

d 

878 

Erasmus Ellery 

b 

2-18-1852 

d 

879 

William Fremont 

b 

8-11-1855 

d 10-23-1923 


459 Henry was a farmer and married 2-15-1843 Lydia M., 
dau. Philip and Patience (Peckham) Peckham. 


880 

881 

882 

883 

884 

885 

886 


Issue born in 

b 

b 

b 

b 

b 

b 

b 


d 

d 

d 

d 

d 

d 

d 


6 o 


BARKER GENEALOGY 




463 Edwin was a farmer and married 10-1-1845 Rebecca A., J 
dau. Jacob and Susan (Taber) Sherman. 


1 



Issue 

born 

in Middletown, R. I. 

887 

Clara 

b 

d 

m 


Chas. H. Seatle 

888 

Hannah 

b 

d 


m 


John C. Bailey 

889 

Agnes 

b 

d 

m 


Wm. S. Jones 

890 

Edgar L. 

b 

d 

891 

Mary 

b 

d 

892 

Elma D. 

b 

d 

m 


Edgar S. Peckham 

893 

Jacob Alton 

b 

12-31-1860 d 

894 

Henry Howard 

b 

11-11-1863 d 

895 

Wendell E. 

b 

d 


467 Thomas Sherman was a husbandman and married 3-11- 
1863 Sarah J. Potter. 


896 Lucinda 
m 


Issue born in 

b 1864 d 

Wm. Crowell 


474 Hezekiah was in the Menhaden fishery business, moving 
about 1864 to New York state. He married 10-25-1847 Eliz., 
dau. Henry F. and Mahala (Fitzland) Fish, b. ; d. ; 

married (2) 1864 Mary E., dau. Jas. and Sarah ( ) 

Crawford. 


Issue born in Portsmouth, R. I. and Greenport, N. Y. 


897 Alice 

m 

898 Melvina Holman 

899 Frank C. 

900 Mary Elizabeth 

901 Sarah 


b d 

Aug. Goff 

b d 

b 1-16-1866 d 

b 3-22-1868 d 

b 1870 d 


1890 unm 





JAMES OF RHODE ISLAND 


6 I 


477 Elisha married 11-29-1860 Martha L., dau. Pardon and 
Phebe (Marsh) White, b. 6-8-1838; d. 5-3-1906. 

Issue born in Newport, R. I. 

002 Francis M. b 12-11-1863 d 3-29-1868 unm 

903 William L. b 6-30-1871 d 

904 Charles H. b 6-28-1874 d 


478 Samuel married 

Issue born in Newport, R. I. 

905 Phebe b d 

m Allen W. Tinkham 

482 Charles jr. married Phebe M. Marsh, b. 3-4- 

1839; d. 9-15-1864. 

Issue born in Newport, R. I. 

906 Howard M. b d 

907 Harriet Earl b 8-25-1862 d 1-2-1882 unm 


490 Nathaniel was a farmer and married 9-14-1841 Catherine, 
dau. Nelson and Jane (Smith) Grogan, b. 12-12-1823; d. 
1-17-1911. 

Issue born in New York and Ill. 


908 

Mulburn S. 

b 

8-26-1842 

d 

12-16-1914 

909 

Thomas W. 

b 

10-11-1844 

d 

10-21-1864 

910 

John N. 

b 

10-5-1846 

d 

3-11-1898 

911 

Henry B. 

b 

10-4-1848 

d 


912 

James E. 

b 

1-27-1851 

d 

8-11-1920 

913 

Nathaniel A. 

b 

8-18-1853 

d 


914 

Mary Jane 
m 

b 

9-26-1855 d 

Fernandis Smith 


915 

Burling M. 

b 

10-15-1858 

d 

9-1-1898 

916 

Charles B. 

b 

12-26-1861 

d 


917 

Alonso S. 

b 

7-13-1863 

d 


918 

Thomas Wesley 

b 

12-7-1866 

d 

3-29-1917 


62 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


493 Corrington was a much respected citizen and the first 
white child born in Fredonia, N. Y. He was a successful farmer 
and married 10-19-1838 Sarah A. Lathrop. b. 10-16-1822; d. 
1894. 

Issue born in Portland, N. Y. 

919 Amelia b 7-21-1845 d No issue 

m O. J. Chamberlain 

920 Devillo Adison b 8-27-1849 d 


501 Milton Cushing was a farmer and married 9-20-1836 
Sarah D., dau. Seth and Philena (Edgerton) Sheldon, b. 11-14- 
1815; d. 1-21-1890. 

Issue born in Fredonia, N. Y. 

921 Lydia Cushing b 3-25-1838 d 


504 Charles Alonzo was a druggist and married 5-3-1857 
Helen S., dau. Wm. and Clarissa (Ward) Smith, b. 11-19-1830; 
d. 1-13-1890. 


922 

923 

924 

925 


Issue born in Fredonia, 


Clara Lucinda 
Effie 

William B. 
Walter Cushing 


b 4-25-1858 
b 3-24-1860 
b 6-20-1862 
b 4-2-1867 


N. Y. 

d 12-13-1901 unm 
d 
d 
d 


505 Bradley Hezekiah was a farmer and married 10-11-1854 
Julia House. 


Issue born in Fredonia and Villanova, N. Y. 

926 Ada b 1855 d 10-11-1860 unm 

927 Eleanore b 8-8-1859 d 

m 11-15-1878 Thos. B. Sessions 



JAMES OF RHODE ISLAND 


63 


506 Samuel Gilliard was a versatile man, read law and medi¬ 
cine, had a hardware store with a relative of President Theo. 
Roosevelt. He married 9-5-1826 Ellen, dau. Thos. and Elenor 
( ) Milliken. b. ; d. 6-10-1874. 


Issue born in Charleston, S. C. 


928 

Susan Milliken b 

9-5-1827 

d 

12-14-1901 



m 4-26-1855 

Dr. C. Fitzimmons 



929 

David b 

7-20-1828 

d 

7-24-1842 

unm 

930 

James Malcolmson b 

9-21-1830 

d 

6-20-1842 

unm 

931 

Thomas Gilliard b 

8-24-1832 

d 

No issue 


m 8-12-1875 

Louisa Preston King 


932 

Ellen b 

7-23-1834 

d 




m 4-12-1855 

Thos. F. Porcher 



933 

Thomas Milliken b 

n-15-1836 

d 

3-7-1902 


934 

Catherine E. b 

12-4-1838 

d 

8-7-1839 

unm 

935 

William Irvine b 

3-12-1842 

d 



936 

Henrietta C. b 

11-3-1844 

d 




512 Dr. Sanford William was a successful physician and after 
graduation in medicine in 1828, he moved to the Mulberry Planta¬ 
tion on the Cooper river S. C. He married 4-22-1833 Christiana 
C. Broughton. 


Issue born in Charleston, S. C. 


937 

Sanford William 

b 

1-13-1837 

d 

10-12-1858 

unm 

938 

Henrietta C. 

b 

9-28-1839 

d 

8-20-1843 

unm 

939 

Philip Porcher 

b 

12-20-1840 

d 

9-26-1858 

unm 

940 

Mary Elizabeth 

b 

7-20-1842 

d 

10-9-1858 

unm 

941 

Henry Lewis 

b 

11-1-1845 

d 


unm 

942 

Thomas Broughton b 

2-17-1850 

d 




523 Joshua Perry was a farmer and married 11-3-1831 Polly, 
dau. Benj. and Polly (Burdick) Cottrell, b. 12-8-1808; d. 12-21- 
1882. 


Issue born in Almond, N. Y. 

943 Alvin Perry b 5-21-1833 d 1907 unm 

944 James Willard b 1-15-1835 d 8-31-1859 unm 






9-30-1891 


6 4 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


945 Mary Elizabeth b 

m 6-5-1856 

2 m 9-5-1861 

3 m 11-18-1877 

946 Thomas Oscar b 

947 Francis Adelvin b 


1-21-1837 d 

Wm. Stewart 
Gabriel Taylor 
Francis Payne 
7-24-1839 d 8-31-1907 

4-27-1848 d 11-12-1914 




525 James Willard married 2-23-1854 Helen M., dau. Sam’l. j 
and Sophronia (Winslow) Allyne. 

Issue born in San Francisco, Cal. 

948 Arlouine Willard b 12-13-1854 d 9-26-1856 unm 

949 Gertrude b 4-29-1856 d 

m J. Leland Sanford 


528 Abijah was a farmer and married 7-11-1854 Mary J. 
Baird, b. ; d. 1856; married (2) 2-22-1858 Rachel 

Bigelow, b. ; d. 1 907 - 


Issue born in Nova Scotia 


950 Oressa Jane 
m 
2 m 


b 11-22-1858 d 
Edw. Sanborn 
Geo. Mores 

1 


530 Jesse was a carpenter and married 
dau. Sam’l. and Mary (Shaw) Chesley. b. 
1903 - 

Issue born in Boston, Mass. 

951 Oressa Endell b 6-17-1858 d 

m 4-21-1891 Robt. Darling 

952 Harilla L. b 6-26-1860 d 

953 Lillian b 6-11-1864 d 

954 Jessie Florence b 3-29-1871 d 

m 2-28-1900 Henry Elkins 


1857 Harilla. 
1834; d. 


6-11-1864 unm 
6-20-1864 unm 


542 Richard saw his 16th. birthday in the U. S. Navy when 
the last gun was fired at Ft. Sumpter in 1865. later he carried on 


9 









JAMES OF RHODE ISLAND 


65 


a wood business, then real estate. He married 2-28-1871 Vesta 
W., dau. Wm. and Eliz. ( ) Small, b. 1847; d. 

1-4-1921. 

Issue born in San Francisco, Cal. 

955 Richard b 2-28-1872 d 

956 William S. b 5-24-1873 d 


543 Dr Stephen P. was a successful physician and married 
1850 Mary, dau. and ( ) 

Veber. b. 6-27-1833; d. 10-13-1916. 


Issue born in Richfield Springs, N. Y. 


957 Alice 

958 Florence 

m 


b d 

b 4-14-1869 d 

1895 Marcus Hemstreet 


553 Edward David was a school teacher, later becoming a 
produce dealer. He married 6-26-1865 Lucy H., dau. Alex. N. 
and Lucy P. (Howard) Bumpus. b. 5-1-1845; d. 

Issue born in Philadelphia, Pa. 

959 Howard Edward b 8-15-1873 d 5-26-190S 

960 Marcia b 12-3-1875 d 

m 8-14-1894 Jos. Gould 


556 Charles was a farmer and married 4-21-1869 Louise M., 
dau. Stephen and Jerina (Boose) Killum. b. 6-26-1844; d. 

Issue born in Macedon, N. Y. 

961 Ida M. b 5-12-1870 d 

m 4-8-1896 Frank McPherson 

962 Edna C. b 12-6-1874 d 

963 Mary Louise b 6-3-1883 d 

m 1-9-1918 S. Willis Hammond 


66 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


557 Robert Cornell was a farmer, then in real estate. He 
married 6-28-1865 Alice M., dau. Benj. and Alice D. (Morgan) 
Smith, b. 9-8-1843; d. 8-14-1926. 


Issue born in Milford, Del. 


964 Caroline Alice 

965 Frank Marion 

966 Fred David 

967 Marvin Smith 

968 George Elbert 


b 6-14-1866 
b 9-2-1868 
b 7-10-1871 
b 7-28-1873 
b 10-22-1875 


d 8-14-1867 unm 
d 

d 3-4-1891 unm 
d 3-1-1891 unm 
d 


558 William C. was a exporter of farm implements in New 
York and married 2-18-1878 Sarah D. dau. John and Anna (Scho¬ 
field) Crompton, b. 8-10-1852; d. 1-26-1920. 

Issue born in Philadelphia, Pa. 

969 Clarence Crompton b 1879 d 8-4-1879 unm 

970 John Crompton b 1883 d 6-23-1883 unm 

971 Emily Crompton b 2-24-1887 d 


559 David was a farmer and married 11-1-1885 Alice, dau. 
Jonathan and Jane (Cornelius) Green, b. 5-14-1856; d. 10-15- 
1924. 


Issue born in Macedon Centre, N. Y. 


972 Adelaide 

m 

973 Anna 

974 William G. 


b 3-26-1887 d 

Howard Arnold 

b 3-26-1887 d 5-6-1889 unm 

b 6-10-1890 d 


566 Edward married 2-25-1862 Eliz. A. Smith, b. 10-19- 
1846; d. 

Issue born in 

975 Minnie b 2-5-1863 d 

m Geo. Teachout 

976 Willet b 7-10-1865 d 

976 Martha b 7-25-1867 d 


9-17-1901 




JAMES OF RHODE ISLAND 


67 


977 

Annie 

b 

8-12-1870 d 

m 


Dan’l. McDonald 

978 

Herbert 

b 

8-16-1873 d 

979 

Walter 

b 

4-10-1876 d 

1 980 

Florence Etta 

b 

1-3-1880 d 

m 5-8-1912 

Albert E. Carlisle 

98I 

Lenore 

b 

4-20-1883 d 

982 

Victoria Alma 

b 

10-30-1886 d 


567 Willet married 1870 Margaret MacDougal. 

Issue born in 


983 

984 

Sandy 

b 

b 

d 

d 

; 985 

Hugh 

b 

d 

986 

Banks 

b 

d 

, 987 

Edwards 

b 

d 

988 

Dorland 

b 

d 

989 

Elizabeth 

b 

d 

990 

Mary 

b 

d 

991 

Jane 

b 

d 

992 

Anna 

b 

d 


1 


570 John Dorland married 1-2-1882 Mary J., dau. Wm. and 
Sarah ( ) Remington. 

Issue born in Collingwood, Can. 

993 Dorland R. b 8-30-1884 d 

994 Zella H. b 7-10-1887 d 

m 6-27-1915 Colin H. Neer 

995 Winifred Jean b 6-3-1891 d 

m 12-12-1912 Theo. J. Oakland 


571 John Stevenson was brought up in the mercantile business 
by his cousin David Stevenson, was first Pres, of the Prince 
Edward Hist. Socy. He married 10-28-1857 Eliz. E., dau. Dr 
and Sarah A. (Fairfield) Aishton. 





I 

6g BARKER GENEALOGY 

Issue born in Picton, Can. 


996 

Harriet 

m 

b 

10-2-1858 d 

Geo. L. Stone 

No issue 

997 

Mary 

m 

b 

9-26-1860 d 

Wilson Varnado 

No issue 

998 

Joseph Aishton 

b 

7-4-1866 d 

6-2-1890 unm 

77 

999 

Lillian Emma May 

b 

11-4-1872 d 

777 

IOOO 

Lenore Ira 
m 

b 

10-20-1879 d 

Oscar C. Ivey 



572 Shove was a farmer and lived on the old homestead, he 
married 4-17-1855 Sarah M. Freleigh. 


Issue born in Bloomfield, Can. 


1001 

Thomas 

b 

d 

y 

unm 

1002 

Joseph 

b 

d 

y 

unm 

1003 

John Freleigh 

b 

d 



1004 

Frederick 

b 

d 



1005 

Victoria 

b 

d 



m 


Fred’k. Wright 



1006 

Rose 

b 

d 




m 


Frank Donaldson 




574 Merritt was a husbandman and married 3-9-1859 Mary 
Freleigh. 

Issue born in 

1007 William S. b d 

1008 Henry b d 


579 David John was educated in Upper Canada College, tried 
banking, then stove manufacturing for many years, selling out in 
1913, has been Sheriff since 1917 and resides in the old homestead 
of his grandfather which was built over a hundred years ago. 
He is a most valued citizen and married 9-19-1877 Rose, dau. 
Judge Robt. P. and Catherine (MacNider) Jellett. b. 12-9-1856; 
d. 10-14-1926. 



JAMES OF RHODE ISLAND 


69 


Issue born in Picton, Can. 

1009 David Jellett b 10-31-1878 d 9-27-1917 unm 

World’s war Capt. 87th. Battalion Canadian Grenadier 
Guards and gave his life in defense of the integrity of 
the British Empire. 

1010 Catherine C. b 8-3-1881 d 

m 9-9-1912 David F. Robertson 

ion Muriel b 8-31-1883 d 

m 4-29-1908 Dr. Chas. A. Publow 

1012 Rose Lillias b 12-2-1886 d 


581 David Sanford married 10-26-1871 Mary Ogilvie. 

Issue born in 

1013 Elizabeth b 7-18-1873 d 


582 Erastus Barnes married 11-28-1865 Maria L., dau. Rich, 
and Matilda (Hicks) Haverland. b. 11-28-1846; d. 

Issue born in Newark, N. J. 

1014 Richard N. b 10-15-1866 d 2-8-1883 unm 

1015 Samuel b d 


583 Caleb married 2-16-1870 Emily Newbold. 

Issue born in 

1016 John N. b 11-30-1870 d 7-5-1871 unm 

1017 Julia A. b 12-15-1876 d 7-14-1877 unm 

1018 Caleb b 7-14-1878 d 


593 Dr. Thomas Ridgway is a prominent physician, a grad¬ 
uate of Jefferson Medical College in 1885, then visited the hos¬ 
pitals of London, Paris, Berlin, Vienna and Dresden, he has 
filled important position in Medico-Chirurgical Hospital, in Penn. 
Dispensary. He married 9-24-1890 Mary S., dau. Wm. H. and 
Eliz. L. (Hildeburn) Gumbes. b. 3-19-1870; d. 








70 BARKER GENEALOGY 

Issue born in Philadelphia, Pa. 

1019 Elizabeth H. b 10-18-1891 d 

m Rev. Francis M. Wetherill 

1020 George Sands b 1-17-1894 d 

1021 Thomas Ridgway jr. b 1898 d 


600 Nathan was a builder and contractor, a representative in 
the City Council. He married 12-28-1865 Sarah E., dau. Henry 
O. and Eliz. (Moore) Tifft. b. 1828; d. 4-16-1906. 


Issue born in Newport, R. I. 

1022 Marielize b 1866 d 

m 10-28-1890 Wm. H. Langley 

1023 Grace b d 

m Alex. Maclver 


605 Arnold was a farmer and married 11-10-1839 Mary H. 
Gifford. 

Issue born in 

1024 b d 

1025 b d 

1026 b d 

1027 b d 




608 Joseph P. was a farmer and married Eliza A. 

Gould. 

Issue born in Tiverton, R. I. 

1028 Henry A. b 1843 d 

1029 Mary J. b 1849 d 

m 11-4-1865 Isaac Macomber jr. 


612 George Clarke was a clerk in a grocery firm until he was 
21 then joined his brother in law Thos. Coggeshall in the paint 
business and in three years became one of the firm of Lewis & 





JAMES OF RHODE ISLAND 


7 1 


Barker, dealers in paints and oils, in 1866, he bought out his 
partner, took in his son, changing the name to Geo. C. Barker & 
Son. He married 8-11-1855 Mary J., dau. Nathan and Sarah 
(Chace) Chace. b. ; d. 8-9-1866; married (2) 12-10- 

1867 Sarah W. sister of his first wife. 

Issue born in Newport, R. I. 

1030 Ralph Randolph b 2-12-1856 d 2-26-1913 

1031 Maria Jackson b d 

m Chas. P. Austin 

627 John Clarke moved with his parents in 1844 to Lee Co. 
Ill., he studied medicine and law, was admitted to the bar in 
Chicago 8-11-1865 and became a lawyer of ability, a citizen of 
culture and high moral character, was a Lt. in the Civil war, in 
the State Legislature in 1875. He married 10-11-1869 Eliz. E. 
Vaughn. 

Issue born in Chicago, Ill. 

1032 John Vaughn b 1870 d 

1033 Sarah Louisa b d 


633 David Nelson worked on his father’s farm until he was 
20, then he went to Waukegan, Ill. in a general store for three 
years, thence in lumber business in Chicago, in 1875 h e entered 
Jones & Laughlins Steel Co. and became manager, was Director 
in the State Bank of Chicago. He married 9-7-1870 Mary J., 
dau. Alson S. and Aurora (Abbott) Sherman. 

Issue born in Waukegan, Ill. 

1034 Earle Sherman b 6-9-1871 d 9-3-1918 

1035 Marion b 2-22-1879 d 

m 4-18-1903 Luman B. Wing jr. 


638 Luther Eastman was a successful photographer in New 
York City, moving to Homer, N. Y. in 1863. He married 4-9- 
1862 Mary E., dau. Ansel and Maria (Howard) Purple, b. 5-20- 
1836; d. 11-30-1917. 






72 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


Issue born in New York City and Homer, N. Y. 


1036 Caroline Belle b 

m 8-15-1895 
I0 3 7 Josephine b 

m 6-19-1895 

1038 Cecilia Howard b 

m 9-12-1899 

1039 Frederick Albert b 

1040 Franklin Luther b 

m 6-20-1900 


6-3-1863 d 3-26-1913 

No issue 

Ebenezer G. Ranney 
2-11-1865 d 

Rev. J. E. Vassar 
11-19-1866 d 

Arthur H. Ranney 
12-3-1868 d 6-23-1872 unm 

2-18-1871 d 6-9-1920 

No issue 


M. Eliz. Fisher 


648 Henry Rodman was an influential citizen and Mayor from 
1889-91. He married 1864 Annie C., dau. Stephen A. and 
Jane L. (Ames) Tripp, b. 10-8-1843; d. 9-30-1918. 

Issue born in Providence, R. I. 

1041 Henry Ames b 4-4-1866 d 

1042 Jessie Loring b 11-3-1875 d 

m 4-7-1904 Dr. Geo. W. Gardner 


653 John Rodman jr. married Frances St George. 

Issue born in Chicago, Ill. 

1043 Fred Hosmer b 7-11-1884 d 


EIGHTH GENERATION 

655 Calvin H. married Jane A., dau. Arnold and 

Sally (Hunt) Cady. b. 1807; d. 1881. 


Issue born in Philadelphia, Pa. 


1044 Charles b d 

1045 Thomas b d 

1046 Douglas b d 

1047 Josephine b d 

1048 Ella b d 

1049 Erskine b d 






JAMES OF RHODE ISLAND 


73 


668 Stephen Peckham was a farmer and highly respected citi- 


zen. 

He married 

1837 Eliz. G. (606) 

• 



Issue 

born 

in Middletown, 

R. I. 


1050 

Irving M. 

b 


d 


1051 

Ardelia 

b 


d 

unm 

1052 

Lyman 

b 

4-5-1842 

d 


1053 

Francis Stone 

b 

10-15-1843 

d 

No issue 


m 11-23- 

-1870 

Ruth M. Underwood 


1054 

Peter 

b 


d 

unm 

1055 

Stephen P. 

b 

3-11-1848 

d 3- 

-11-1912 

1056 

Alden P. 

b 

3-23-1854 

d 

1057 

Ashton C. 

b 

3-23-1854 

d 



680 William Cyrus was a carpenter and builder, in 1849 h e 
made the trip to California by way of the Horn, returning by way 
of the Isthmus. He married 6-1-1852 Hannah H., dau. Stephen 
and Phebe (Child) Russell, b. 9-16-1831; d. 

Issue born in Providence, R. I. 

1058 Anne Arnold b 5-29-1854 d 

m 10-1-1879 Abiel F. Davis 

10 59 Cyrus b 4-19-1860 d 

1060 William Burnside b 9-29-1862 d 


681 Frederick Augustus in 1852 was a partner in Brown & 
Barker, builders supplies, member of Town Council of N. Provi¬ 
dence, later Pawtucket, first President of Pawtucket Board of 
Aldermen. He married 5-29-1851 Lucinda E., dau. Robt. G. and 
Almira A. (Armington) Lewis, b. 3-19-1832; d. 2-22-1893. 



Issue born 

in Pawtucket, 

• 

»—1 
• 

1061 

Robert Lewis b 

4-9-1852 

d 

1062 

Frederick Eugene b 

3-31-1854 

d 

1063 

Almira Armington b 

3-19-1856 

d 

1064 

Agnes Frieze b 

6-10-1858 

d 


m 10-3-1876 

Fred’k. W. Easton 

1065 

Mabel b 

3-25-1860 

d 











74 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


685 Joseph Oren was a husbandman and married 3-23-1843 


Hannah M., dau. Benoni and Mary ( ) Weaver. 


Issue born in Middletown, R. I. 

10 66 Stephen b 9-30-1844 d 

1067 Adoniram J. b 10-31-1846 d 

1068 Luther R. b 4-12-1850 d 

1069 Edgar b 5-17-1854 d 


688 Hiram was a farmer and married 10-1-1848 Sarah P. 
Smith. 

Issue born in 

1070 b d 

1071 b d 

1072 b d 


713 James was a farmer and married 12-17-1850 Julia, dau. 
Gersham and Lydia ( ) Noyes, b. 9-4-1832; d. 12-24- 

1894. 

Issue born in Adams, Mich. 

1073 Lauren J. b 10-1-1861 d 2-3-1920 

1074 Charles T. b 9-9-1864 d 4-11-1915 


714 Luther was a farmer and stock raiser, he married 2-3-1850 
Jane, dau. Gersham and Lydia ( ) Noyes, b. ; 

d. 4-5-1909. 

Issue born in Adams, Mich. 


1075 

1076 

1077 


Anna b 

m 3-5-1S72 

Ella b 

m 3-11-1877 

Vining A. b 


6-29-1851 d 3-6-1920 

Lucius Cosbett 

4-29-1855 d 6-15-1910 

Leonard Thompson 
8-1-1857 d 12-21-1923 


716 Davis was a husbandman and married 
dau. Ira and Caroline ( ) Waring, b. 

7-11-1906. 


i860 Eliza, 

; d- 



JAMES OF RHODE ISLAND 


75 


Issue born in Adams, Mich. 

1078 William b 2-12-1861 d 

1079 Albert b 10-16-1863 d 


717 Anson was a farmer and married 7-1-1860 Esther, dau. 
Jas. and Harriet ( ) Foot. b. ; d. 10-2-1904. 

Issue born in Adams, Mich.’ 

1080 Mary b 4-16-1861 d 

m 10-16-1879 Ora L. Pease 


718 Loring Smith went west with his parents at the age of 12 
and shared their pioneer labors, he had a literary mind and com¬ 
posed patriotic songs during the Civil war, had a good voice, sang 
and taught vocal lessons. After his marriage, moved to Van 
Buren Co. on a farm, thence to Pittsford, Mich. He married 
1851 Sophia, dau. Justin and Sally (Yeamans) Morrill, b. 
12--25-1823; d. 1897. 


Issue born in Pittsford, Mich. 


1081 Alma Jane b 

m 6-11-1875 

1082 Wilbur Hale b 

1083 . Sumner Prentis b 

1084 John Marshall b 

1085 Lewis Josiah b 


7- 22-1852 d 

Aspaph Vance 

6-8-1854 d 

10-16-1857 d 

4-9-1860 d 

8- 11-1870 d 


5-11-1876 

4-18-1922 
12-11-1866 unm 


720 John Devine was a farmer and married 1850 

Mandana Hicks, b. 11-24-1828; d. 3-12-1903. 

Issue born in Inkster, Mich. 

1086 Alma b d y unm 

1087 David b 2-10-1860 d 


721 Philander M. went west as a babe in arms and shared the 
pioneer life with his parents, clearing land, building homes and 
farming. He was a valued citizen and his eldest daughter Mrs 


76 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


Martin, whose husband served in our Consular Service in Canada 
and the West indies for 27 years, was credited with doing much 
to advance the standard of Consular life by her graciousness, tact 
and popularity. He married 2-22-1853 Louise E., dau. Belosti 
and Louise (Fales) Merrill, b. 1-8-1834; d. 7-16-1916. 


Issue born in Dearborne, Mich. 


1088 


b 

1854 d 1854 

unm 

1089 

Ida J. 

b 

11-4-1856 d 



m 

5—27—1880 

Chester W. Martin 


1090 

Caroline 

A. b 

9-28-1858 d 7-25-1924 



m 

7-30-1883 

Henry J. Tuger 


1091 


b 

d y 

unm 

1092 


b 

d y 

unm 

1093 


b 

d y 

unm 


725 

Harvey served in 

the Civil war in Co. C. 1st. U. S. Sharp- 

shooters. He married 


Hannah Baker. 


Issue born in 

Wayne Co. Mich. 

1094 

Willis 

b 

d 

1095 

James 

b 

d 

1096 

Edward 

b 

d 


726 Christopher Columbus became the wealthiest lumberman 
in the Northwest. He married Rose Treanor. 


1097 Adah 

m 

1098 Maude 

1099 Alice 

1100 William 


Issue born in Portland, Ore. 


b 

b 

b 

b 


d 

Arthur Alexander 

d 

d 

d 


746 Judge James Madison was a graduate of Williams College 
in i860, then Harvard Law School and admitted to the bar in 
1863, receiving the degree of LL.D. from Yale in 1891, in 1872 
he went to the State Legislature, in 1882 was nominated and 
appointed for the Superior court bench, in 1891 to the Supreme 



JAMES OF RHODE ISLAND 


77 


court. He had a long and honorable career and married 9-21- 
1864 Helena, dau. Levi C. and Pamelia (Nelson) Whiting, b. 
9-8-1843; d. 4-11-1889. 


Issue born in Pittsfield, Mass. 


IIOI 

Olive Pamelia 

b 

7-7-1866 

d 


1102 

Sarah Elizabeth 

b 

10-11-1867 

d 


1103 

Helena Whiting 

b 

5-5-1871 

d 

5-28-1874 unm 

IIO4 

Daisy 

b 

4-14-1873 

d 

8-20-1873 unm 

1105 

Mary Phillips 

b 

3-10-1875 

d 



m 


Harry G. Day 



II 06 

John 

b 

7-2-1878 

d 


1107 

Alice Whiting 

b 

5-2-1885 

d 



m 


Harlan H. Ballard 


749 Charles T. married Emma Burke. 

Issue born in Philadelphia, Pa. 

1108 James Madison b d 

1109 Ethel b d 


751 Gardner Thurston married 2-12-1861 Maria L., dau. 
Eleazar and Sarah J. (Raymond) Lockwood, b. 6-24-1839; d. 
5-24-1914. 


Issue born in Pittsfield, Mass. 


iiio 

Frank 

b 

mi 

Charles Lockwood b 

1112 

Mary 

b 


m 

6-22-1898 

1113 

Edith 

b 


m 

1910 


1863 d 

10-29-1866 d 
4-27-1870 d 
Dr. Fred’k. K. Chaffee 
1-25-1875 d 

Malcom Duncan 


1865 unm 


760 Harry Learned is Chief of Police in El Centro, Cal. He 
married 2-14-1905 Esther G. S., dau. Henry C. and Eliz. A. 
(Sawkins) Farquharson. b. 6-24-1878; d. 

Issue born in New York City 
1114 Amy Learned b 7-26-1907 d 



78 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


763 Walter was a successful business man owning most of 
the street railroads in Peoria at one time, was second President 
of the Commercial National Bank. He married Mary 

Fuller. 

Issue born in Peoria, Ill. 

1115 b d 

1116 b d 

1117 b d 


765 William Henry married 1-11-1874 Fannie M. White, b. 
5-29-1853; d. 

Issue born in Hancock, Mass, and Claverack, N. Y. 

1118 Harry Lockwood b 7-19-1874 d 

1119 Arthur b 1-1-1878 d 


787 William A. was a farmer and married 
True. 


1120 Zora 

1121 Henriette 

1122 Leal 

1123 Delia 

1124 Elizabeth 

1125 Wilda 

1126 Webb 

1127 Claud 


Issue born in Iowa. 


b 

b 

b 

b 

b 

b 

b 

b 


d 

d 

d 

d 

d 

d 

d 

d 


Rebecca 


792 Arnold C. was a farmer and married 
He served in the 3rd. Iowa Cav. in the Civil war. 


Issue born in Mt. Zion, Iowa 


1128 

George V. 

b 

d 

1129 

John H. 

b 

d 

1130 

Ellen 

b 

d 

1131 

William Russel 

b 

d 










JAMES OF RHODE ISLAND 


79 


1132 Josephine b d 

1133 Maude b d 

1134 Arnold C. b d 

1135 Chester b d 


794 John S. was a ranchman and married 11-21-1867 Artie, 
dau. James and Catherine (Miller) Johnston, b. ; d. 

3-25-1875; married (2) 1-21-1880 Sarah Franklin. 



Issue born in Iowa. 




1136 

Frank 

b 

d 

y 

unm 

1137 

Harvey M. 

b 10-5-1873 

d 


1138 

James Archibald 

b 

d 



1139 

Catherine 

b 

d 



1140 

Seth S. 

b 

d 




798 Hugh Boardman was a farmer and married Ann 

Sanderson. 

Issue born in 


1141 Mertice b d 

1142 Stanley b d 

1143 Orpha b d 

1144 Harold b d 

1145 Blanche b d 

1146 Brooks b d 


800 George was a ranchman and stock raiser, he married 


Issue born in 


1147 

Thomas 

b 

d 

1148 

Samuel 

b 

d 

1149 

Caroline 

b 

d 

1150 

Mary 

b 

d 

1151 

Alice 

b 

d 

1152 

Henrietta 

b 

d 

11 53 

William 

b 

d 

ii54 

Mertice 

b 

d 

1155 

Charlotte 

b 

d 

1156 

Annie 

b 

d 

ii57 

Everett 

b 

d 

1158 

Emmett 

b 

d 






8o 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


807 

Isaac was a farmer and married 



Issue born in 


1159 

Vada b 

d 

1160 

Lace b 

d 


810 

James was 

a farmer and married 


Issue born in 

Van Beuren Co. Iowa 

1x61 

Susanna 

b 

d 

1x62 

Elizabeth 

b 

d 


m 


Wm. Winslow 

063 

Robert 

b 

d 

1164 

Joseph 

b 

d 

1165 

Mary 

b 

d 


m 


John Luthburg 

1166 

John 

b 

d 

1x67 

Grace 

b 

d 


m 


John Nelson 

1168 

Arthur 

b 

d 


811 

John Thomas 

was a ranchman and married 

Issue born in 

1169 

Henry 

b 

d 

1170 

Harry 

b 

d 

1x71 

John 

b 

d 

1172 

Sarah 

b 

d 

1173 

Jesse 

b 

d 

1174 

Charles 

b 

d 

1175 

Joseph 

b 

d 


817 Zachariah was a farmer and married 

Issue born in 


1176 Gilbert b d 

1177 Abraham b d 

1178 Lucy b d 

1179 Cuba b d 

1180 Idah b d 


Jane Agnew. 





JAMES OF RHODE ISLAND 


81 


818 Joseph was a farmer and married 

Issue born in 

1181 Marion b d 

1182 Lee b d 


836 Dr. Christopher Franklin was a leading physician for 30 
years, graduated at Brown Univ. 1875, Univ. of New York 1882, 
was Chairman of School Com. for 11 years, surgeon of the New¬ 
port Artillery 14 years, member of the Bd. of Health, and a 
member for 15 years of the Representative Council. He married 
5-24-1881 Helen E., dau. John and Hannah (465) Peckham. b. 
5-24-1850; d. 

Issue born in New York City and Newport, R. I. 


1183 Williston Wright b 

3-5-1882 d 

1184 Eleanor May b 

5-1-1885 d 


839 

Sylvester Freeborn married 11-11- 

1879 Martha A. Lester. 

b. 11- 

13-1857; d. 





Issue born in Sharon, 

Pa. 

1185 

Anna Lester 

b 

8-28-1880 

d 

m 9-25-1901 

Bernard J. Keatings 

1186 

George Freeborn 

b 

5-30-1882 

d 

1187 

Gertrude Mabel 

b 

3-6-1884 

d 5-12-1885 unm 

1188 

Ellen 

b 

10-16-1888 

d 

1189 


b 

10-16-1888 

d 10-16-1888 unm 

1190 

Lester Owen 

b 

M 

1 

M 

O 

1 

t—1 
00 
0 

M 

d 

1191 

Mabel 

b 

I-7-1899 

d 

1192 

Ruth Frances 

b 

7-4-1900 

d 

841 

William Warren 

was a farmer and married 12-25-1871 


Eva Staley, b. 10-2-1850; d. 

Issue born in Sharon, Pa. and Williamsfield, O. 

1193 John Staley b 7-6-1873 d 9-1-1874 unm 

1194 Anna May b 3-16-1876 d 


82 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


1195 Joseph Freeborn b 3-19-1878 d 

1196 William Warren b 9-20-1880 d 

1197 James Kincaid b 1-22-1885 d 


845 Joseph Lincoln married 12-23-1889 Eveline L. Ford. b. 
9-23-1859; d. 11-24-1902. 

Issue born in Ashtabula, O. . 

1198 Ford Owen b 3-16-1892 d 

1199 b 10-24-1902 d 


862 Clarence E. married 2-4-1885 Caroline, dau. Geo. W. and 
Caroline (Tyler) Bowker. b. 12-12-1860; d. 


Issue born in Orange, Mass. 

1200 b d 

1201 b 7-5-1893 d 

1202 Philip Eugene b 3-22-1896 d 


unm 

7-8-1893 unm 


863 Charles married 12-29-1874 Martha, dau. Geo. and Mary 
(McGuire) Monroe, b. 4-2-1856; d. 


Issue born in Warren, R. I. 


1203 George 

1204 Charles F. 

1205 Rosabelle 

1206 Alice 


b 

b 

b 

b 


m 


1207 Herman 


3-10-1908 

b 


4-5-1877 d 

5- 25-1881 d 

6- 12-1883 d 
9-15-1886 d 

David R. Howard 
1-28-1889 d 


8-15-1885 unm 


866 Francis P. married 
Amanda (Gardner) Mason. 


12-14-1880 Nellie, dau. Wm. and 
b. 1-11-1861; d. 


Issue born in Warren, R. I. 

1208 Louis Francis b 2-27-1882 d 
m 6-15-1904 Ella Tanner 


No issue 






JAMES OF RHODE ISLAND 


83 


870 Oliver Perry married 3-4-1866 Emily O. Mashow, b. 

; d. 3-1-1875; married (2) 6-9-1878 Ellen M. Mashow, 
b. ; d. 11-5-1897. 


1209 

1210 

1211 


Issue born in Newport, R. I. 

Alice Clinton b 2-9-1870 d 

Emma Perry b 2-22-1875 d 

Florence Adeline b 3-6-1883 d 

m 9-25-1912 Wallace G. Hathaway 


2-4-1909 unm 


873 James Tompkins 


Eliza Oakley. 


Issue born in Newport, R. I. 


1212 Isaac Wallace b d 

1213 Lillian Russell b d 

1214 Benjamin Briar b d 

1215 Elizabeth R. b d 

1216 George Adair b d 

1217 William James b d 


875 Thomas Eliphaz was a farmer and married Clara 

L. Curtis, b. 1-25-1855; d. 4-11-1922. 


Issue born in 


1218 

Grace Ella b 

d 

1219 

Clara Belle b 

d 

1220 

Thomas Frederick b 

4-28-1880 d 

1221 

Walter Garfield b 

d 

1222 

William Stacy b 

5-15-1887 d 

1223 

Josephine Serena b 

d 


m 

Glen M. Hogle 

1224 

Esther Sophronia b 

d 


m 

Arnold E. Berg 

1225 

Charles Barzilla b 

d 


1904 unm 


876 George Henry married 


Dollie B. Cole. 


Issue born in 

1226 Sarah Maud b 2-25-1884 d 

Ernest Cooper 


m 


8 4 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


1227 

Serena Millie 
m 

b 

2-25-1884 
Elric Coler 

d 

1228 

May 

b 

4-11-1885 

d 

1229 

George Clarence 

b 

8-7-1889 

d 

877 

Frederick Edwin married 

Issue born in 

Melva ft 

1230 

Wilbur Hiram 

b 

6-28-1886 

d 

1231 

Thomas Winfield 

b 

ii-u-1888 

d 

1232 

Kent Chollar 

b 

5-13-1895 

d 2- 

1233 

Carl Kirk 

b 

5-13-1895 

d 

1234 

Leonard Edward 

b 

5-14-1902 

d 

878 Erasmus Ellery married 6-18-1884 
9-12-1866; d. 

Issue born in 

Fannie 

1235 

Alice Belle 
m 

2 m 

b 

7-1-1885 d 

Arthur M. Wooster 
Jarvis U. Sinclair 

1236 

Frank Edward 

b 

7-27-1887 

d 

1237 

Isaac Newton 

b 

8-23-1889 

d 

1238 

Sarah Edith 

b 


d 

1239 

George Erasmus 

b 

8-31-1896 

d 

1240 

Laurence Norton 

b 

11-28-1900 

d 

1241 

Ruth Rebekah 

h 

10-31-1903 

d 


2-15-1912 unm 


879 William Fremont married 9-1-1887 Addie F. Mason, b. 


3-29- 

1867; d. 




Issue born in 


1242 

Adelaide Serena b 

6-23-1888 

d 


m 10-31-1911 

Axel Anderson 



2 m 2-2-1922 

John C. Foley 


1243 

Cornelia Amanda b 

5-10-1889 

d 

1244 

William Earl b 

8-16-1891 

d 

1245 

Clara Alice b 

3-9-1893 

d 

1246 

Inez Lillian b 

7-26-1894 

d 


m 8-14-1921 

Cecil E. Emerson 

1247 

Ellery Erasmus b 

9-2-1897 

d 







JAMES OF RHODE ISLAND 


85 


1248 b 1-26-1903 d 1-26-1903 unm 

1249 Louise Marjorie b 4-16-1904 d 

1250 Alma Dorothy b 1-21-1909 d 

893 Jacob Alton is in the meat and provision business, also has 
a farm, is a Director in the R. I. Cuban Co. He married 9-22- 
1889 Minnie, dau. Wm. E. and Susan (Huddy) Coggeshall. 

Issue born in Newport, R. I. 

1251 Mildred Coggeshall b 10-19-1891 d 

1252 Harold Sherman b 5-3-1897 d 


894 Henry Howard was a drug clerk, then went to Newport 
in 1889 in the meat business with his brother for 12 years, then 
took the Marlborough Market. He married 11-3-1891 Ida M., 
dau. Edwin G. S. and Jane E. (Mitchell) Alger. 

Issue born in Newport, R. I. 

1253 Edwin Howard b 9-12-1893 d 

1254 Florence Myrtha b 3-22-1895 d 


899 Frank Crawford is a successful lawyer in Mattituck, N. Y. 
and married 12-18-1895 Martha G., dau. Frank and Anne E. 
( ) Davis, b. 9-3-1876; d. 

Issue born in Brooklyn and Mattituck, N. Y. 

1255 Robert D. b 1-8-1897 d 

1256 John C. b 3-9-1901 d 


903 William L. married 11-10-1890 Kate H., dau. Geo. P. 
and Mary E. (Hawthorne) Leonard, b. 12-12-1869; d. 


1257 

1258 
!259 


Issue born in Newport, R. I. 


Martha L. b 

m 

Gulian Dashwood b 
Junius L. b 


3-22-1895 d 

Harold C. Clarke 
4-9-1899 d 

8-26-1900 d 


7-1-1924 unm 



86 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


904 Charles married Kate G. Mclver. 


Issue born in Newport, R. I. 


1260 Frances M. b d 

1261 Annabel b d 

1262 John E. b d 

\ 

906 Howard M. married Mary Allen. 

Issue born in 

1263 b d 

1264 b d 

1265 b d 


unm 

* 


910 John N. was a farmer and married 
Forbes, b. ; d. 1924. 


Issue born in Ill. 


1266 

William 

b 

d 

1267 

Cora 

b 

d 

1268 

Ellen 

b 

d 


911 

Henry B. 

was a ranchman and married 

Evans. 

Issue born in Fairmont, 

Neb. 

1269 

William 

b 

d 

1270 

Mabel 

b 

d 

1271 

Charles 

b 

d 

1272 

John 

b 

d 

1273 

Margaret 

b 

d 

1274 

Catherine 

b 

d 

1275 

Alice 

b 

d 

1276 

Lloyd 

b 

d 

i2 77 

George 

b 

d 

912 

James E. 

was a ranchman and married 


Donovan. 


Helena 


Jennie 


Mary 




JAMES OF RHODE ISLAND 


8? 


Issue bom in Ill. and Bassett, Neb. 


1278 

Virgil 

b 

d 


1279 

Maud 

b 

d 



m 

6-24-1906 Harry Patch 



1280 

Freeman 

b 

d 


1281 

Eva 

b 6-28-1891 

d 

6-11-1894 unm 

1282 

Earl 

b 4-11-1894 

d 


1283 


b 1896 

d 

1897 unm 

9 r 3 

Nathaniel was a farmer and married 


Ella Forbes. 



Issue born in Ill. and Neb. 


1284 

Kate 

b 

d 


1285 

Byron 

b 

d 


1286 

Herman 

b 

d 


1287 

Leslie 

b 

d 


1288 

Ethel 

b 

d 


1289 

Earnest 

b 

d 


915 

Burling 

M. married 12-29-1886 Jessie, 

dau. Benj. and 

Miriam (Hampton) Clark. 





Issue born in 



1290 

Edith 

b 

d 


1291 

Fern 

b 

d 


1292 

Amber 

b 

d 


916 

Charles B. is a farmer and married 


Ida Ellis. 



Issue born in York, Neb. 


1293 

Ruth 

b 

d 


1294 

Kate 

b 

d 



917 Alonso S. is a ranchman and married 3-1-1886 Minnie, 
dau. H. G. and Barbara ( ) Miller. 

Issue born in Neb. 


1295 Ellen 

1296 Audrey 

1297 Dale 


b 

b 

b 


d 

d 

d 


88 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


918 Thomas Wesley is a ranchman and married 9-20-1886 
Mary, dau. Fred’k. and Eliz. (Risseberg) Hausmann. 




Issue 

born in Neb. 


hH 

N) 

O 

OO 

Nelson 

b 

9-18-1887 

d 

1299 

Anna 

b 

2-16-1889 

d 


m 12-29-1909 

Edwin S. Cox 


1300 

Roy 

b 

9-25-1891 

d 

I 3 01 

Catherine 

Eliz. b 

6-28-1894 

d 


m 

7-19-1911 

Geo. McDonald 

1302 

Clarence 

b 

10-9-1896 

d 

1303 

Ruben 

b 

3-25-1899 

d 


11-12-1897 unm 


920 Devillo Adison is a farmer and married 1869 

Ellen E. dau. Leonard and Ellen ( ) Smith, b. 

1852; d. 

Issue born in Westfield, N. Y. 


1304 

1305 Hermon D. 

1306 Theodore L. 

1307 Sarah Mabel 

m 


b 8-28-1870 d 

b 1-6-1874 d 

b 10-9-1877 d 

b 8-9-1881 d 

1912 Chas. C. Nixon 


8- 31-1870 unm 

9- 18-1876 unm 


924 William Buckingham is a Deputy Postmaster and news¬ 
dealer. He married 7-18-1891 Elgia, dau. Russell and Laura 
(Ford) Waterhouse, b. 12-12-1862; d. 

Issue born in Fredonia, N. Y. 

1308 Charles Russell b 5-25-1892 d 


925 Walter Cushing is a lawyer and married 8-27-1902 Jessie 
R. McClanathan. 


1309 

1310 


Issue born in Buffalo, N. Y. 

b d 

b d 






JAMES OF RHODE ISLAND 89 

933 Thomas Milliken married 3-20-1866 Mary. dau. Edw. S. 
and Mary (Cordes) Lucas. 


Issue born in Charleston, S. C. 


1311 

Thomas Milliken 

b 

6-8-1867 

d 

1312 

Theodore Gilliard b 

9-21-1869 

d 9-29-1869 unm 

I 3 I 3 

Mary Cordes 

b 

10-21-1871 

d 

1314 

Samuel Gilliard 

b 

8-21-1873 

d 3-26-1874 unm 

1315 

Ellen Milliken 

b 

12-15-1875 

d 

1316 

Lydia Simmons 

b 

2-1-1877 

d 

942 

Thomas Broughton 

was a sea captain and married 

Mrs John Parker. 





Issue born 

in Charleston, 

s. c. 

1317 

Sarah 

b 


d 


m 


Jas. Ferguson 


946 Thomas Oscar was a ranchman and married 1-1-1861 
Mary A., dau. Clark and Mary (Clark) Needham, b. 12-21-1841; 
d. 8-31-1907. 


Issue born in Wis., Iowa and Neb. 


1318 James Willard b 

1319 Egbert Clark b 

1320 Thomas Perry b 

1321 Dr. Frank Marion b 
m 11-24-1908 


10-12-1861 d 

12-29-1863 d 

3-12-1866 d 

7-7-1874 d 

Edith S. Birney 


5-9-1922 unm 

8-3-1866 unm 
No issue 


Dr. served as Lt. Col. M.C. U.S.A. in the World's 


war. 


947 Francis Adelvin was a farmer and married 3-28-1878 Mrs 
Cordelia Parks Wyman, b. 7-23-1858; d. 


1322 Claud 

1323 Carl 

1324 Myrtle 

1325 Elmo 


Issue born in Burwell, 

b 5-1-1879 
b 7-22-1885 
b 3-22-1890 
b T900 


Neb. 

d 9—11-1907 unm 
d 
d 
d 


6-1-1890 unm 
1915 unm 




9 o 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


955 Richard jr. is associate with his father in real estate in 
San Francisco, Cal. He married 9-28-1893 Edna, dau. Almon C. 
and Marian L. (Garrison) Lewis, b. 3-3-1874; d. 

Issue born in Baltimore, Md. 

1326 Frederick Lewis b 2-26-1896 d 


956 Col. William Small is Chief Sec y. in the N. W. Division 
of the Salvation Army, had full charge of the Salvation Army in 
the World’s war in France. He married 8-25-1898 Isabel, dau. 
Barz. and Emily (Bragg) Wise. b. 12-23-1871; d. 

Issue born in Baltimore, Md. 

1327 William Roswell b 1900 d 

1328 Lawrence Edward b 1901 d 

1329 Doris Wise b 1909 d 2-11-1926 unm 


959 Howard Edward married 10-6-1897 Eliz. R. Shoemaker, 
b. 1-17-1873; d. 

Issue born in Philadelphia, Pa. 

1330 Elizabeth Lucy b 2-22-1900 d 

m 12-29-1918 F. P. Hollinshead 

1331 Melasina Diament b I- 3 -I 905 d 


965 Frank Marion married 6-7-1893 Loretta S., dau. Wm. P. 
and Chloe M. (Packard) Rice. b. 9-11-1872; d. 

Issue born in Rochester and Shortsville, N. Y. 

1332 Frank Cedric b 6-7-1895 d 9-6-1895 unm 

1333 Dorothy Maria b 6-21-1897 d 

m 12—31—1921 Stephen P. Mahoney 

x 334 William Robert b 1-22-1899 d 

1335 Frank Marion b 12-22-1900 d 


974 William G. is a farmer and married 2-25-1014 Clara 
Wilkinson. 





■■■I 


JAMES OF RHODE ISLAND 


9 1 








1336 


1337 

1338 


Issue born in 

b 

b 

b 


d 

d 

d 


976 Willett married 1890 Mrs. Frances Miller. 


Issue born in Canada 


1339 

Ethel Florence 

b 

2-1-1891 

d 

1340 

George Arthur 

b 

d 

1341 

Gordon 

b 


d 

1342 

Martha Jean 

b 

7-5-1901 

d 


978 

Herbert married 

Issue born 

Martha Ingram 

in Canada 

1343 

Eva 

b 

d 

1344 

Mildred 

b 

d 

1345 

Patricia 

b 

d 


993 Dorland Remington is a farmer and married 2-28-1914 
Alice Extrant. 


Issue born in Lang, Can. 

1346 Charles Judge H. b 7-14-1916 d 

1347 John Dorland b 2-22-1918 d 

1348 William Extrant b 5-12-1920 d 


998 Joseph Aishton is a ranchman and married 7-4-1892 
Louisa Overman. 

Issue born in Great Falls, Mont. 


1349 

Minnie A. 

b 

7-11-1893 

d 

1350 

Harriet Lenore 

b 

12-30-1894 

d 

I 35 i 

Irene 

b 


d 

m 


E. W. Kirk 

• 

1352 

Ethel Emma 

b 


d 




9 2 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


1020 George Sands married Clyde M. Brodhead. 

Issue born in 

1 353 George Sands jr. b i9 2 4 d 


1021 Thomas Ridgway jr. married Frances, dau. 

Com. Edw. and Mary (Ashurst) Zeiper. 

Issue born in 

1354 Frances Leiper b 1924 d 


1028 Henry A. married 2-11-1864 Helena A., dau. John D. 
and Rhoda (A ) Brownell, b. 18451 d. 

Issue born in 

1355 b d 


1030 Ralph Randolph was associated with his father in the 
painting business, was Vice-Pres. of the Newport Realty Co., 
honorary member of the Newport Artillery, Director and Trustee 
of several banks. He married 6-22-1880 Minerva, dau. Jason P. 
and Sarah (Wicks) Stone, b. 1-5-1860; d. 

Issue born in Newport, R. I. 

1356 Ralph Randolph b 11-23-1883 d 

1357 Mabel Chase b 8-19-1891 d 7-11-1901 unm 

1358 Laura Stone b 8-10-1894 d 


1034 Earle Sherman graduated from High School, 1890, 
thence to the N. W. Univ. was with Jones & Laughlins Iron and 
Steel works, Chicago. He married 6-14-1898 Olive A., dau. 
Ellwood N. and Mary (Lincoln) Waite. 

Issue born in Evanston, Ill. 

1 359 Nelson Waite b 4-25-1899 d 

1360 Olive Lincoln b d 




I 

JAMES OF RHODE ISLAND 


93 


1043 Frederick Hosmer is in the wholesale grocery business 
and married 5-21-1924 Mathilde Pistorius. 

Issue born in Chicago, Ill. 

1361 Patricia Ann b 4-6-1925 d 


NINTH GENERATION 

1052 Lyman H: was a successful farmer and married 
Margaret Ward. 

Issue born in Middletown, R. I. 

1362 Adelia M. b d 

1363 Louisa B. b d 

1364 Anna M. b d 


1055 Stephen P. was in the gas and steam fitting business for 
16 years, then in real estate. He married 10-11-1878 Mary W., 
dau. Wm. B. and Catherine (Greene) Sherman. 

Issue born in Newport, R. I. 

1365 Elizabeth b d 

m Gilbert T. Dunham 


1056 Alden P. is a prosperous farmer and married 1-7-1882 
Emily B., dau. Geo. L. and Eliz. A. ( ) Smith, b. 9-3- 

1857; d. 

Issue born in Middletown, R. I. 

1366 Stephen Plummer b 10-29-1892 d 10-29-1892 unm 

1367 Stephen Peckham b 9-23-1899 d 


1057 Ashton C. is a farmer and married Abby A. 

Anthony. 




94 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


Issue born in Middletown, R. I. 


1368 Archibald b d 

1369 Cora B. b d 

1370 Ethel M. b d 

1371 Ruth M. b d 

1372 Elsie P. b d 


unm 


1062 Frederick Eugene went in the hardware business with 
success and married 5-11-1880 Stella F. Smith of 


Issue born in Pawtucket, R. I. 

1373 Louise b 12-2-1886 d 

1374 Agnes b 5-22-1891 d 


1073 Lauren J. married 10-3-1880 Minnie B. Carr. 


Issue born in Adams, Mich. 


1375 J- Lauren b 

1376 Luther b 

1377 Julia b 

m 7-11-1925 


3-31-1883 d 
7-11-1888 d 
7-1-1895 d 
Henry Moore 


I0 74 Charles T. is a successful lawyer and married 12-25-1893 
Clara B. Charles. 


1378 

1379 

1380 


Issue born in Chicago, Ill. 


Stewart C. 

b 

1894 

d 

Harold J. 

b 

1895 

d 

William 

b 

1899 

d 


1077 Vining A. was a prosperous farmer and married 11-15- 
1882 Ida, dau. Amos and Phebe J. (Rogers) Morey. 


Issue born in Adams, Mich. 

1381 Frank M. b 8-16-1884 d 

1382 Raymond A. b 6-4-1886 d 





JAMES OF RHODE ISLAND 


95 


1078 William is a ranchman and married 3-1-1883 Addie, dau. 
Nathaniel and Sarah ( ) Daniels. 

Issue born in Adams, Mich. 

1383 Isabell b 9-20-1886 d No issue 

m 6-25-1913 Horace Gruning 


1079 Albert is a successful farmer and married 11-24-1887 
Etha, dau. Norman W. and Mary E. ( ) Marsh, b. 

9-24-1864; d. 

Issue born in Adams, Mich. 

1384 Wilbur b 7-4-1893 d 

1385 Charlotte b 8-11-1899 d 


1082 Wilber Hale now retired, was a successful hay and grain 
dealer, is now enjoying the fruits of his labor and much interested 
in his descendants and all events of the day. He married 11-10- 
1874 Mrs Emelina Hanna, dau. Peter and Rachel (Fields) 
Mikesell. b. 9-29-1856; d. 


Issue born in So. Bend, Ind. 


1386 Elsie b 

m 3-19-1898 

1387 Charles S. b 

1388 Orville Wilber b 

m 4-16-1907 

1389 Harry Clay b 

1390 Edna b 

m 7-23-1914 

1391 Edwin b 


9-9-1875 d 

John P. Russell 
1-3-1877 d 

6-10-1882 d 

Edith Brownfield 
1-9-1885 d 

2-25-1888 d 

Harvey Hager 
2-25-1888 d 


No issue 

No issue 

9-3—1911 unm 
No issue 

12-20-1925 


1083 Sumner Prentis was an expert telegraph operator for 
the Illinois Central R. R. and married 1880 Lida L. Hattel. 
b. 1858; d. 1906. 

Issue born in Indiana 

1392 Mabel Zelda b 3-3-1882 d 

1393 Chester Arthur b 1884 d 


9 6 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


1394 Virgil Wayne b 12-21-1886 d 8-20-1911 


1395 Ethel Ruth b 8-1-1892 d 

m 3-11-1912 Jas. Elder 


1087 David married 11-10-1880 Margaret Garlock. b. 8-12- 


1860; d. 


Issue born in Inkster, Mich. 

b 8-15-1883 d 

12-23-1901 O. D. Bird 

b 2-25-1891 d 

9-7-1910 F. E. Miller 


1396 Susan 

m 

1397 Edna 

m 


1106 John, a prominent lawyer, graduated from Williams 
College 1899; LL.B. from Harvard, 1902, admitted to the Bar 
1902, practiced in Boston until 1906, thence to Pittsfield, Mass, is 
counsel Pittsfield Chamber of Commerce and many large concerns, 
Director of several banks and companies. He married 6-8-1905 
Miriam A., dau. Edw. and Rebecca A. (Morey) Trowbridge, b. 
10-6-1879; d- 


Issue born in Brookline and Pittsfield, Mass. 
1398 John jr. b 3-18-1906 d 


1399 Nancy Trowbridge b 6-3-1909 d 

1111 Charles Lockwood married 10-10-1894 Ida Merrill, b. 
9-22-1871; d. 


Issue born in 


1400 Helen 


b 8-31-1895 d 


m 

1401 Merrill 


7-17-1920 Frank D. Hatch 
Gardner b 12-10-1898 d 



Clara 


1402 Erwin 

1403 Mildred 


b 

b 


d 

d 



JAMES OF RHODE ISLAND 


97 


1138 Col. James Archibald is Gov. and Surgeon of the Battle 
Mountain Sanitarium at Hot Springs, S. D. He married 6-26- 
1901 Maud A., dau. Eugene S. and Alice (Correll) Daly. 

Issue born in 

1404 Freda Alice b 6-28-1904 d 

1405 Ruth Alice b 1907 d 

1406 Kenneth A. b 1910 d 

1140 Seth S. owns a poultry produce factory and married 
Florence Walker. 

Issue born in Ottumwa, Iowa. 

1407 b d 


1183 Williston Wright is a leading physician and married 
9-17-1910 Gertrude R., dau. Dr. Jas. T. and Mary ( ) 

Sherman. 


Issue born in Dorchester, Mass. 

1408 James Sherman b 6-9-1911 d 

1409 Robinson Franklin b 12-20-1913 d 

1410 George Leverett b 6-5-1917 d 

1411 Cynthia b 10-13-1920 d 


1186 George Freeborn married 2-17-1904 Alice L. White, b, 
6-5-1885; d. 

Issue born in Sharon, Pa. 

1412 James Edward b 12-19-1904 d 


1203 George married 12-1-1903 Ethel Chappell. 

Issue born in Providence, R. I. 

1413 Earl b d 

1414 Walter b d 

1415 George Frederick b 2-7-1913 d 


y 

y 


unm 

unm 


9 8 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


1204 Charles married 11-26-1902 Lena M. Ward. b. 
d. ; married (2) 2-17-1910. 

Issue born in Providence, R. I. 

1416 Albert b d 


1207 Herman married 4-27-1910 Eva M. Wild. 

Issue born in Mass. 

1417 Abigail Munro b 5-23-1913 d 

1418 Richard Allen b d 

1220 Thomas Frederick married 10-30-1905 Agnes C. Gil¬ 
more. 

Issue born in 

1419 b d 

1420 b d 


1221 Walter Garfield married n-1-1910 Laura Smith. 

Issue born in 

1421 b d 


1222 William Stacy married 9-12-1911 Emma Robrau. 

Issue born in 

1422 b d 

1423 b d 

1424 b d 


1236 Frank Edward married 11-25-1911 Nellie M. Mclnnis. 


Issue born in 


1425 


b 


d 







JAMES OF RHODE ISLAND 


99 


1237 Isaac Newton married 9-12-1912 Dollie Mclnnis. 

Issue born in 

1426 b d 


1247 Ellery Erasmus married 10-23-1916 Phoebe A. Diedrich. 

Issue born in 

1427 Monica Bernice b 2-5-19x9 d 

1428 Norma May b 10-5-1920 d 

1429 Kathleen Madonna b 8-18-1925 d 


1278 Virgil is a ranchman and married Margaret 

De Bolt. 

Issue born in Newport, Neb. 

1430 Laurence b d 

1431 Merle b d 

1432 Howard b d 


1280 Freeman is a successful farmer and married 
Nellie Randall. 


1433 

1434 

1435 

1436 

1437 

1438 

1439 


Issue born in Bassett, Neb. 


b 

b 

b 

b 

b 

b 

b 


d 

d 

d 

d 

d 

d 

d 


1282 Earl is a prosperous farmer and married 
McKee. 

Issue born in 

1440 b d 

1441 b d 

1442 b d 


Annie 


1298 Nelson is a ranchman and married 10-11-1909 Floy 
Burger. 



IOO 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


1443 Claude 

1444 Wilma 

1445 Lola 

1446 Charles 


Issue born in Nebraska. 

b 12-6-1910 d 
b 9-7-1912 d 
b 7-13-19x4 d 
b 4-17-1917 d 


1306 Theodore married 10-5-1898 Jennie E. Burns. 

Issue born in Westfield, N. Y. 

1447 Angeleen Lois b . d 

m 1922 Edw. I. Sprague 

1448 Evalyn Nell b d 

m 1923 DeForest E. Glezen 

1328 Lawrence E. married 1923 Gladys Kitsing. 

Issue born in 

1449 Barbara Gladys b 1926 d 


1356 Ralph Randolph succeeded to his father’s business of 
paint and interior decoration and has carried it forward with rare 
ability. He married 9-10-1909 Harriet N., dau. Robt. C. and 


Annie 

(Southwick) Cottrell. 

Issue born 

in Newport, R. I, 

1450 

Ralph Randolph 

b 

6-3-1910 d 

1451 

Anne Cottrell 

b 

8-17-1914 d 

1452 

Laura Virginia 

b 

4-23-1916 d 

1453 

Samuel M. C. 

b 

1-1-1921 d 


TENTH GENERATION 

1375 J- Lauren is a banker and married 5-22-1907 Emily 
Godfrey. 

Issue born in Honor, Mich. 

1454 Carr Godfrey b d 

1455 Lauren J. b d 

1456 Curtis b d 






JAMES OF RHODE ISLAND 


IOI 


1381 Frank M. is an expert electrician and married 10-26-1905 
Charlotte, dau. Dan’l. and Ella (Frisbie) Kinyon. b. 1-11-1885; 
d. 

Issue born in Florida. 


1457 

D. Vining 

b 

8-16-1906 

d 

1458 

Dora 

b 

6-24-1912 

d 

1459 

Helen 

b 

12-8-1916 

d 

1460 

Charlotte 

b 

8-24-1918 

d 

1461 

Lucile 

b 

12-26-1919 

d 


1382 Raymond A. is a successful farmer on the homestead and 
married 6-18-1913 Grace, dau. Chas. and Hattie (Bromley) 
Corbett. 

Issue born in Adams, Mich. 

1462 Raymond A. jr. b 12-29-1918 d 


1384 Wilbur married 11-18-1915 Erma, dau. Jay and May 
( ) Reylea. 

Issue born in Jackson, Mich. 

1463 Mary Marcella b 12-8-1916 d 


1387 Charles Sumner married 4-16-1899 Nina, dau. J. C. and 


Mary 

( 

) Smith, b. 

. 10-27-1875; 

d. 



Issue born 

in So. Bend, 

Ind. 

1464 

Myrna 

b 

1-6-1900 

d 


m 

11-26-1921 

Geo. Goodrich 

1465 

Charles 

jr. b 

3-28-1906 

d 

1466 

Wilber 

b 

8-18-1907 

d 

1467 

Winifred b 

4-11-1910 

d 

1468 

Ruth 

b 

2-11-1914 

d 

1469 

Helen 

b 

7-3- i 9 i 6 

d 


1391 Edwin is an expert automobile mechanic and served in 
the U. S. Navy during the World’s war. He married 5-18-1916 
Mildred, dau. Jos. E. and Eleanor M. (Thomas) Mossey. b. 8-4- 
1887; d. 


102 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


Issue born in So. Bend, Ind. 

1470 Janet b 2-17-1920 d 

1393 Chester A. married 10-18-1921 Elsie J. Mares. 

Issue born in Chicago, Ill. 

1471 Shirley Ann b 9-18-1922 d 

1394 Virgil Wayne married 9-21-1909 Mildred, dau. Jos. E. 
and Eleanor M. (Thomas) Mossey. b. 8-4-1887; d. 

Issue born in So. Bend, Ind. 

1472 Wayne jr. b 6-3-1910 d 

1401 Merrill Gardner married 2-6-1919 Anna L. Smith. 

Issue born in 

b 1-28-1920 d 
b 8-22-1922 d 


1473 Daisey 

1474 Edward 




EDWARD OF BRANFORD, CONN. 









EDWARD OF BRANFORD, CONN. 


Edward Barker, born about 1625, was said to have come from 
England in 1640, and was a well known merchant in 1650 in New 
Haven, Conn., where he carried on an extensive trade with 
Barbados, West Indies. 

Not being in accord with the church government in the Colony 
of New Haven, forty seven men of whom Edward was one, drew 
up and signed a New Plantation & Church Covenant 1-20-1667. 
This Covenant was to insure the Congregational form of church 
worship and to provide for settlement of boundary and other ques¬ 
tions. Wishing a near by locality, they selected Branford, a few 
miles from New Haven. 

On 11-13-1671 Abraham Pierson of Newark, N. J. sold to 
Edward all his accommodations in Branford, including house, 
home-lot, orchard, horse pasture and other lands with a “brown 
bay horse without any artificial marke, very well known and often 
seen about Quinnabaugh,” receiving in payment 120 pounds. 

Being a man of distinction, Edward was prominent in all civic 
and other affairs, was agent for Branford in conveying town lands 
11-5-1677 was on committee 2-25-1678 to view land capable of 
improvement, was on com. 8-15-1678 to treat with Mr Harrison 
in reference “to his coming amonst us to carry on Ye work of 
Ye Ministry.” On 6-17-1680 was to treat with New Haven con¬ 
cerning some pretended claims on lands, on 3-31-1681 was to 
designate what houses shall be fortified. 

When the towns of Connecticut were required by the General 
Court “to take a patent of the land to hold title to the lands,” the 
town of Branford appointed a committee of Edward and eight 
others and it is recorded “The said lands having been purchased 
or otherwise lawfully obtained of the Indian native proprietors, 
the Patent was granted 2-16-1685 to Edward Barker and others, 
the present inhabitants of Branford, their heirs and assigns for¬ 
ever.” signed and sealed, Robert Treat, Governor, by order of 
the General Court, John Allyn, Secy. 

Edward conveyed homestead and land to his son William 7-20- 
1701 and died about 1703. He married Elizabeth b. 

; d. 4-16-1705. 


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BARKER GENEALOGY 


Issue born in New Haven, and Branford, Conn. 


2 William 

3 Edward 

4 Mary 

m 

5 Jonathan 

6 Daniel 


b 

b 

b 

11-19-1701 

b 

b 


1668 
1670 
8-15-1671 
Joseph Moss 
1-28-1674 
1-27-1676 


d 1-31-1741 
d ix-xo-1727 
d 

d 3-22-1728 
d 1-25-1752 


SECOND GENERATION 


2 William was a prominent man and a Judge, was twice elected 
to the General Court and a member of the Court of Sessions in 
1707 , Justice of Peace for Suffolk Co. for many years, he left 
17,000 pounds when he died which was very wealthy for those 
times. He married 1689 Eliz., dau. Thos. H. and Eliz. 

( ) Harrison; b. ; d. 1-22-1741. 


Issue born in Branford, Conn. 


7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 


Elizabeth 

m 

Mary 

m 

Abigail 

m 

2 m 1 
William jr. 
Anna 


m 

Huldah 


12-8-1715 

b 

9-27-1721 
b 


1-23-1724 

b 

b 

1-1-1729 

b 


12-8-1691 d 12-7-1752 

Capt. Sam’l Maltby 
11-11-1694 d 

Daniel Foote 
4-11-1697 d 

Sam’l Foote 
Jonathan Rose 

2-11-1701 d 12-6-1744 

9-11-1706 d 

Ebenezer Johnson 
10-11-1709 d 


3 Edward was a member of the General Court many years, 
member of the Colonial Assembly in 1708 and returned 19 sessions 
until 1726, Justice of Peace 1709-1727. He married 1700 
Mary Papillon, b. 1679; d. 12-2-1728. 


Issue born in Branford, Conn. 

13 Emma b 1-2-1702 d 

m 12-12-1722 Jonathan Russell 

14 Ebenezer b 1-10-1705 d 2-21-1726 unm 









EDWARD OF BRANFORD, CONN. 


107 


15 

Edward 

b 

1708 

d 1-17-1763 

16 

John 

b 

1710 

d 

1 7 

Mary 

b 

10-11-1712 

d 


m 10-11-1732 Lt. John Russell 


2 m John Tully 


5 Jonathan was a man of affairs in the town and active in its 
interest in many ways. He married 6-13-1700 Mary, dau. Uzal 
and Mary (Kinsman) Warded, b. 9-1-1677; d. 


Issue born in Branford, Conn. 


18 

Anna 

b 

3-13-1701 

d 



m 

1-1-1728 

Ebenezer Warded 


19 

Jonathan 

b 

2-2-1703 

d 


20 

Mary 

b 

10-11-1705 

d 


21 

Uzal 

b 

2-8-1707 

d 

1788 

22 

James 

b 

1-11-1709 

d 

1-6-1788 

23 

Rebecca 

b 

4-3-1712 

d 



m 

1-10-1734 

Nathan Palmer 


24 

Sarah 

b 

12-27-1714 

d 



m 

4-10-1743 

Joseph Taintor 



25 

Abigail 

b 

1-26-1717 

d 



m 

6-19-1746 

Gideon Goodrich 


26 

Joseph 

b 

8-13-1719 

d 



6 Lt. Daniel was a yeoman and a farmer, a member of General 
Court in 1731 and twice after. He married 8-24-1701 Keziah 
Moulthrope, b. 1682; d. 12-31-1767. 


Issue born in N. Branford, Conn. 


27 

Joseph 

b 

11-30-1702 

d 

1746 

28 

Daniel 

b 

6-7-1705 

d 

6-3-1801 

29 

Hannah 

m 

b 

11-23-1726 

n-i 5-1707 
David Rose 

d 

30 

Keziah 

m 

b 

4-31-1710 
Dowell Smith 

d 


3 i 

Lydia 

m 

b 

12-27-1732 

12-22-1712 d 

Stephen H. Palmer 


32 

Samuel 

b 

2-9-1715 

d 

9-21-1781 

33 

Thankful 

b 

4-19-1719 

d 


34 

Timothy 

b 

5-23-1723 

d 




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BARKER GENEALOGY 


THIRD GENERATION 


10 William jr. was a farmer but became insane before his 
death and selectmen were ordered to look after his estate. He 
married 12-9-1725 Abigail, dau. Ebenezer and Mary (Harrington) 


Frisbie. b. 

1707; d. 






Issue born 

in Branford, 

Conn. 


35 

William 

b 

11-7-1726 

d 

3-17-1727 

36 

Abigail 

b 

12-30-1727 

d 

8-25-1732 

37 

William 

b 

11-2-1731 

d 


38 

Judson or 

Gordon b 

10-22-1733 

d 


39 

Jared 

b 

11-11-1736 

d 


40 

Samuel 

b 

8-6-1739 

d 

1807 

4 i 

Abigail 

b 

8-6-1742 

d 



m 

9-24-1767 

John Price 



42 

Dorothy 

b 

8-4-1744 

d 



15 Edward was a member of the General Court in 1756 and a 
deacon in the First Church, he married 3-9-1732 Hannah, dau. 
John and Hannah (Tyler) Baldwin, b. 11-7-1714; d. 


Issue born in Branford, Conn. 


43 

Papillon 

b 

8-12-1732 

d 

44 

Mary 

b 

10-26-1734 

d 


m 

9-17-1758 

Jonathan Baker 

45 

Ebenezer 

b 

I_ 3 I_I 737 

d 

46 

Edward 

b 

9-8-1739 

d 

47 

Hannah 

b 

4-24-1742 

d 


m 

1-30-1762 

Obediah Tyler 


48 

John 

b 

1-1-1744 

d 

49 

Sarah 

b 

7-28-1747 

d 

50 

Peter 

b 

2-9-1750 

d 

5 i 

Benjamin 

b 

n-12-1752 

d 

52 

Irene 

b 

2-19-1756 

d 


m 

1779 

Timothy jr. (120) 

53 

Samuel 

b 

6-8-1758 

d 


1815 


11-29-1836 


16 John was a farmer and a slave owner but emancipated some 
3-26-1781, he moved before 1738 to Wallingford Conn, and mar¬ 
ried 3-6-1737 Sarah, dau. Col. John and Sarah (Trowbridge) 
Russell. 





EDWARD OF BRANFORD, CONN. 


109 


Issue born in Wallingford, Conn. 


54 

Sarah 

b 

7-22-1739 d 

55 

John 

b 

5-2-1741 d 

56 

Mary 

m 

b 

3-10-1742 d 
Solomon Johnson 

57 

Edward 

b 

d 

58 

Eunice 

b 

d 

m 

1-18-1764 

John Beadle 


9-7-1825 


19 Jonathan was a husbandman and married 5-21-1734 Han¬ 
nah Benton. 




Issue born 

in Branford, Conn. 


59 

Hannah 

b 

11-17-1735 d 



m 

1-6-1769 

Amos Babcock 


60 

Lucy 

b 

10-18-1738 d 

1830 


m 

7-31-1860 

Ephriam Foote 



2 m 


Ephriam Parish 


61 

Mary 

b 

8-31-1740 d 



m 

3-29-1764 

Timothy Frisbie 


62 

Ruhaniah 

b 

6-15-1742 d 



m 

4-4-1775 

Elias Hall 


63 

Jerusha 

b 

2-24-1748 d 



21 Uzal was a farmer 

and married 1-6-1732 Martha, dau 

Capt. Solomon 
1805. 

and Mary 

Issue born 

(Moss) Munson, b. 9-14-1715; d 

in Branford, Conn. 

64 Uzal 

b 

11-19-1732 d 1-21-1817 

65 Martha 

b 

9 - 23-1734 d 

m 

10-1-1759 

Ezra Sanford 

66 Solomon 

b 

11-10-1737 d 

67 Peter 

b 

4 - 13 -i 740 d 

68 Rebecca 

b 

4-24-1742 d 4-26-1826 

m 

7-1-1761 

Ebenezer Foote 

2 m 

1-1-1781 

Ezekiel Sanford 

69 Elihu 

b 

3-18-1744 d 1-4-1840 

70 Eliasaph 

b 

1-17-1746 d 

71 Mary 

b 

4-6-1748 d 

72 Jonathan 

b 

1750 d 

73 

b 

d 

74 

b 

d 

75 

b 

d 


iio 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


22 James was Justice of Peace many years, member of General 
Court for 14 sessions 1760-1773. He married 10-11-1737 Abi¬ 
gail, dau. Col. John and Sarah (Trowbridge) Russell, b. 12-24- 
1717; d. 12-29-1798. 


Issue born in Branford, Conn. 


76 

James 

b 

77 

Sybil 

b 


m 

12-17-1760 

78 

Abigail 

b 

79 

Lucretia 

b 


m 

10-28-1778 

80 

Sarah 

b 


m 

4-11-1784 


2 m 


81 

James 

b 


m 

11-20-1780 

82 

Russell 

b 

26 Joseph 

was a farmer 

Nathaniel and Ann (Clarke) 



Issue born 

83 

Eunice 

b 

84 

Margaret 

b 

85 

Joseph 

b 

86 

Elizabeth 

b 

87 

Chloe 

b 


m 


88 

Mary 

b 

89 

Anna 

b 

90 

Jonathan 

b 

27 Joseph was a husbandr 

dau. 

Andrew 

and Hannah 

1704; d. 




Issue born 

9 i 

Joseph jr. 

b 

92 

Hannah 

b 

93 

Emma or 

Eunice b 

94 

Theodosia 

b 


m 

12-25-1755 


5 - 5 -I 739 unm 


8-21-1751 unm 
2-2-1782 


3-7-1738 d 
11-25-1740 d 
Ebenezer Linsley 

1 - 7-1744 d 

3-18-1747 d 
Rev. Sam’l Camp 
12-7-1750 d 
Capt. Edmund Rogers 
Chester Averill 
5-30-1753 d 10-16-1822 

No issue 

Mary L. Monroe 
3-30-J757 d 1814 


12-30-1745 d 

1-24-1749 d 

10-19-1751 d 

1-18-1754 d 

8-19-1756 d 

Thomas (145) 
12-7-1758 d 

5-1-1762 d 

12-3-1763 d 


7-25-1815 


9-26-1725 d 
5-21-1727 d 
2-27-1729 d 
4-12-1731 . d 

Daniel Baldwin jr. 


2-6-1727 unm 




EDWARD OF BRANFORD, CONN. 


Ill 


95 Lydia b 

m 10-10-1753 

96 Silence b 

97 Thankful b 

98 Mary b 


2-2-1734 d 

Jonathan Russell 
1 - 14-1738 d 

1-1-1740 d 

9-18-1743 d 


5-6-1748 unm 


28 Daniel was a farmer and married 7-8-1729 Abigail Palmer, 
b. ; d. ; married (2) 1738 Patience 


Issue born in Branford, Conn. 


99 

100 

101 

102 

103 

104 

105 


Dorothy 
Jacob 
Daniel jr. 
m 

Abigail 

Mary 

m 

Keziah 

Eunice 


b 

b 

b 

11-4-1762 

b 

b 

4-26-1759 

b 

b 


4-i3-!730 d 

9-14-1732 d 

8-14-1735 d 

Hulda Foote 

3 - 1 5 -i 737 d 

12-23-1739 d 

Daniel Hoadley 
6-3-1744 d 

8-28-1747 d 


4-3-1818 

No issue 


1806 


32 Samuel studied theology and was licensed 9-25-1739 but 
never preached, he became a merchant, was town clerk for many 
years, a representative in ten sessions of General Court between 
1758-1779, was Judge of Probate Court a year or so before his 
death. He married 4-12-1744 Esther, dau. Sam’l and Mercy 
(Skillint) Baker, b. 7-23-1727; d. 10-31-1814. 


Issue born in Branford, Conn. 


106 

Esther b 

1-28-1745 

d 

2-21-1748 unm 

107 

Samuel b 

8-17-1747 

d 

1-13-1750 unm 

108 

Augustus b 

1-23-1749 

d 

1-12-1750 unm 

109 

Samuel b 

1-23-175° 

d 

1-13-1751 unm 

no 

Mary b 

5-23-1752 

d 


m 12-31-1778 

Lt. Joseph Wilford 


III 

Esther b 

3-17-1755 

d 

3-16-1823 


m 1 - 15-1777 

Caleb Frisbie 


112 

Samuel Still A. b 

10-9-1756 

d 

11-19-1819 

113 

Amanda b 

3 - 5-1759 

d 

9-21-1761 unm 

114 

Elihu b 

6-5-1762 

d 

8-4-1791 

115 

Amanda b 

IO-8-I764 

d 

9-21-1791 

Il6 

Lydia • d 

12-1-1766 

d 

1819 


m 1789 

Stiles Post 


I!7 

Oliver b 

7-11-1769 

d 



I 12 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


34 Capt. Timothy was a yeoman and farmer, serving under 
Gen. Wooster in the battle of Long Island, moved to Vermont 
before it became a state, was a member of the Territorial or Dis¬ 
trict Convention. He married 8-9-1744 Hannah, dau. Sam’l and 
Mercy (Skillint) Baker, b. 4-8-1723; d. 


Issue born in Branford, Conn. 


118 Elizabeth 

119 Hannah 

120 Timothy 

121 Philemon 

122 Joseph 

123 Jonathan 

124 David 

125 Rhoda 


b 3 - 7 _1 74 b 
b 4-12-1748 

b 4 - 5 - 175 ° 
b 2-16-1754 
b 4 - 8-1755 
b 1-26-1757 
b 6-15-1759 
b 11-20-1763 


d 

d 

d 1833 

d 

d 7-30-1827 
d 
d 
d 


FOURTH GENERATION 

37 William was a husbandman and married 1-16-1765 Mrs 
Mary Gilbert, dau. Moses and Mary ( ) Yale. 


Issue born in Branford, Conn. 


126 Mary 

127 Sarah 

128 James 

129 William 

130 Anne 

131 Clarissa 


b 9 - 7"!765 d 
b 9-25-1767 d 
b 2-22-1770 d 
b 1-19-1772 d 
b 10-14-1773 d 
b 5-11-1778 d 


40 Capt. Samuel commanded a company in 6th. Conn. Conti¬ 
nental reg. retired by consolidation 1778, in 1779 commanded the 
gunboat “New Defense” on the Sound, moved to Vermont about 
1800, member of Gen. Assembly 1779. He married 11-27-1760 
Lucy, dau. Sam’l and Hannah (Graves) Leete. b. 8-21-1743; d. 

Issue born in Branford, Conn. 

b 1762 d 

b 4-12-1764 d 

b 5-23-1766 d 


132 Mary 

133 Sabina 

134 Eustace 







EDWARD OF BRANFORD, CONN. 


IJ 3 

135 Lucy b 1769 d 

136 Pitman b 7-5-1772 d 1832 

137 Erastus b d 

43 Papillion was a yeoman, serving in the Rev. war. He 
married 4-28-1758 Abigail, dau. Nathaniel and Hannah ( ) 

Frisell. b. 1733; d. 1809. 


Issue born in Branford, Conn. 


138 

Archelaus 

b 

6-17-1759 

d 

1823 

139 

Christiana 

b 

1759 

d 


m 


Butler Bagley 



140 

Phineas 

b 

8-2-1761 

d 


141 

Sarah 

b 

1763 

d 

y unm 

142 

Submit 

b 

1765 

d 



m 


Eli Brooks 



143 

Hannah 

b 

1769 

d 


144 

Nathaniel 

b 

1772 

d 



45 

Ebenezer was 

a farmer, moving to Coxsackie, N. Y. after 

1756- 

He married 

9-24-1 

758 Esther, dau. Thos. and Abigail 

( 

) Russell. 




Issue born 

in Coxsackie, N. Y. 

14s 

Thomas 

b 

2-25-1760 d 

146 

Lydia 

b 

9-16-1765 d 

147 

Ebenezer 

b 

4-27-1768 d 

148 

Esther 

b 

5-27-1771 d 

149 

Jeremiah 

b 

5-28-1774 d 

150 

Ralph 

b 

2-27-1777 d 

151 

Mary 

b 

12-24-1780 d 


m 


Truman Reed 


46 

3-24- 

Rev. Edward was a 
1763 Sarah Brown. 

Issue born 

Congregational minister and married 

in Branford, Conn. 

152 

Rachel b 

7-25-1764 d 

153 

Edward b 

10-24-1766 d 

154 

Caroline b 

1-7-1770 d 



BARKER GENEALOGY 


XI4 

155 Giles 

156 Sarah 

157 Frederick 

158 Thadeus 

159 Augustus 

160 Amelia 

161 Sophia 

162 Mary 


b 9-14-1772 

b 9 - 3”- 1 775 

b 4-9-1778 

b 10-19-1780 

b 2-3-1783 

b 1786 

b 1786 

b 1790 


d 

d 

d 9-21-1798 unm 

d 

d 

d 

d 

d 


48 John was a farmer and moved to New York state and had 
the town of Barker named for him in 1791, the town was formed 
from part of Broome Co., and lies upon the Tioughnioga river, 
part of Chenango Forks. His daughter Mary’s marriage was the 
first one performed in the town. He was a well beloved man by 
all and married 3-17-1765 Mary Allen, b. 1744; d. 8-25-1800; 
married (2) Margaret, b. 1751; d. 7-11-1824. 


Issue born in Branford, Ct. and Greene Co. N. Y. 


163 Thriphena 

164 John 

165 Peter 

166 Mary 

m 

167 Silas 

168 Asa 

169 

170 

171 

172 

173 

174 

175 


b 

b 

b 

b 


1792 

b 

b 

b 

b 

b 

b 

b 

b 

b 


5-30-1766 d 

3-15-1767 d 

6-9-1772 d 

3-24-1774 d 

Simeon Rogers 
12-2-1778 d 

5-6-1780 d 

d 
d 
d 
d 
d 
d 

3-18-1815 d 


12-11-1828 

2-5-1859 

12-6-1807 

9-12-1854 


11-21-1882 


51 Benjamin was a farmer and married 10-8-1781 Sarah 
Beere. 


176 Chandler 

177 Eliphlet 

178 John 

179 Peter 


Issue born in 

b 9-26-1782 d 
b 11-19-1783 d 
b 5-26-1786 d 
b 4-14-1790 d 


57 Col. Edward had a large farm, one of the best in New 
Haven Co., was a slave owner but emancipated Cato, fiddler and 





EDWARD OF BRANFORD, CONN. 


XI 5 

several others 8-6-1795. He married 1762 Rachel, dau. 

Constant and Rachel (Brockett) Kirtland. b. 7-9-1744; d. 6-13- 

1 823 .. 

Issue born in Wallingford, Conn. 

180 John b d 

181 Sarah b 7-14-1788 d 11-1-1857 

m Wm. H. Jones 


64 Uzal served as private in Capt. Smith’s Co., Col. Benj. 
Simon’s Reg. under the name of Uzal Barcer, moved to Lebanon, 
N. Y. in 1768, thence to Clinton, N. Y. 1800, was deacon in the 
Congregational church. He married 5-5-1757 Desire, dau. Ezekiel 
and Desire (Walker) Sanford, b. 1741; d. 3-13-1820. 


Issue born in Harwinton, Ct. and New Lebanon, N. Y. 


182 

Daniel 

b 

2-22-1759 

d 


183 

Jared 

b 

1760 

d 


184 

Malachi 

b 


d 


185 

Uzal 

b 


d 

y unm 

186 

Warded 

b 

2-19-1773 

d 

12-16-1856 

187 

Huldah 

b 


d 

188 

Desire 

b 


d 



m 


Leverett (230) 



189 

Eunice 

b 

5-17-1782 

d 


190 

Lois 

b 

d 


191 

Sarah 

b 


d 



66 Solomon was a man of wealth, for he provisioned troops 
in the Rev. war and was paid afterward in continental currency, 
moved to New Lebanon, N. Y. in 1768. He married 5-9-1759 
Hannah, dau. Jonah and Hannah ( ) Richards. 


Issue born in Westbury, Ct. and New Lebanon, N. Y. 


192 

Solomon jr. 

b 

II- 9 -I 759 

d 


193 

Levi 

b 

3-11-1761 

d 

6-19-1835 

194 

Samuel 

b 


d 


195 

Theodore 

b 


d 


196 

Philo 

b 


d 

1845 

197 

Hezekiah 

b 


d 


198 

Lucretia 

b 

8-18-1770 

d 

9-21-1812 


m 

1-9-1794 

John Morse 



199 

Lucy 

b 


d 



m 

Nathan Green 




BARKER GENEALOGY 


Il6 


200 Abigail 

m 

201 Hannah 

202 Candace 

m 


b d 

London Millard 
b d 

b 6-10-1783 d 8-13-1868 

1-1-1809 Stephen S. Wright 


67 Peter was a farmer and moved to New Lebanon, N. Y. in 
1768. He married 6-7-1764 Ruth Curtis. 


Issue born in Waterbury, Ct. and New Lebanon, N. Y. 


203 Zenas 

204 Martha 

205 Chloe 


b 1-26-1765 
b 5-23-1767 
b 7-17-1769 


d 1834 

d 

d 


69 Elihu served in the Rev. war in the battle of Bennington, 
Vt. 8-16-1777, later lived in Adams, Mass, thence to Hector, N. Y. 
where he had a grist mill. He married Bethiah Thomas, b. 8-3- 
1751; d. 5-26-1826. 


Issue born in Conn, and New York. 


206 

Lowly 

b 

5-17-1770 

d 

12-18-1811 

207 

Lue 

b 

5-3-1772 

d 

1858 

208 

Pheobe 

m 

b 

12-22-1773 d 

Simon Blakesley 

2-10-1863 

2°9 

Zalmon 

b 

n-8-1775 

d 

2-17-1860 

210 

Thomas Warner 

b 

n-9-1777 

d 

1-8-1861 

211 

Mabel 

b 

n-13-1779 

d 

10-7-1812 

212 

Emelia 

b 

6-10-1781 

d 

5-22-1826 

213 

Elihu jr. 

b 

5-19-1783 

d 

7-23-1860 

214 

Deziah 

b 

s-29-1785 

d 

3-19-1827 

215 

Sylvia 

m 

b 

9-22-1787 
Geo. Havens 

d 

9-22-1878 

2l6 

John Mallory 

b 

11-20-1789 

d 

5-17-1826 

217 

Uzal Munson 

b 

12-12—I79I 

d 

3-27-1879 

2l8 

Bethiah 

b 

4-IO-I797 

d 

11-29-1802 unm 

70 Eliseph was a farmer and married 
Sanford. 

Issue born in Branford, 

Conn. 

1767 Mabel 

2I 9 

Miles 

b 

IO-7-I768 

d 

3-18-1848 

220 

Munson 

b 

6-27-1771 

d 

6-29-1839 

221 

Jesse 

b 

1774 

d 






EDWARD OF BRANFORD, CONN. 


117 


222 

Eliseph 

b 

1777 

d 

223 

Eliseph 

b 

1-4-1779 

d 

22 4 

Ephriam 

b 

8-6-1782 

d 

225 

Daniel 

b 

1-17-1786 

d 

226 

Wright 

b 

6-23-1789 

d 

227 

Esther 

m 

b 

d 

Nehemiah Abbott 


y unm 

10-16-1857 


82 Rev. Russell enlisted in 1776 in Capt. Ed. Russell’s Co., 
Col. Douglass Reg. enlistment expired 12-25-1786, and in 1792 he 
moved to Oriskany Falls, N. Y. He married 9-8-1779 Eliz. Wil- 
ford, b. ; d. ; married (2) Sarah. 


Issue born in Branford, Conn, and Oriskany Falls, N. Y. 

d 1838’ 

d 
d 
d 
d 
d 


228 

Russel Rutherford 

b 

12-17-1780 

229 

Lucretia 

b 

7-13-1785 

230 

Leverett 

b 

1788 

231 

John 

b 

1790 

232 

Abiel 

b 

1792 

233 

Sarah Elizabeth 

b 

9-29-1704 

85 

Rev. Josephus won 

his A.M. at 

theology and was licensed to preach 1-3-] 


when a Congregational church was formed in Goshen, Mass, then 
on 8-9-1781 he was called to Middleboro, Mass., was a member of 
Congress from Mass. 1805-09, in State Legislature 1812-13. He 
married 9-8-1785 Eunice, dau. Wm. and Eunice (Williams) Steb- 
bins. b. 11-16-1760; d. 10-6-1809; married (2) Anna 

H., dau. Rev. Warham and Anna ( ) Williams. 


Issue born in Middleboro, Mass. 


234 

William 

b 

1787 d 

235 

Eunice 

m 10-23- 

b 

1816 

12-29-1789 d 

Elkanah Doggett 

236 

Elizabeth 

b 

d 

237 

Joseph 

b 

d 

238 

James 

b 

d 

239 

Stephen William 

b 

d 

240 

Mary 

b 

d 


11-9-1809 unm 
9-10-1851 


100 Jacob was a husbandman and fruit grower, he married 
I-25-1759 Lydia, dau. Dan’l and Sarah (Butler) Byington. b. 
1739; d. 11-14-1781; married (2) 1792 Hannah Ford. 


118 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


Issue born 

in Branford, 

241 

Thankful 

b 

5-11-1760 

242 

Justus 

b 

5-23-1762 

243 

Joel 

b 

3-9- 1 764 

244 

Jothan 

b 

1-4-1766 

245 

Dorothy 

b 

3-10-1768 

246 

Lydia 

b 

4-14-1770 

247 

Jacob 

b 

1794 

248 

Ithimer 

b 

1796 

249 

Isaac 

b 

1798 

250 

Jonathan B. 

b 

1-11-1800 

251 

Mathilda 

b 



d 

d 

d 

d 

d 

d 

d 

d 

d 

d 

d 


12-11-1827 


1-11-1882 


112 Major Samuel Still Augustus received a rare college edu¬ 
cation and was said to be the only man in the American army who 
could speak French and English equally well. He entered the 
army in 1775, serving as Serg. in Capt. Wm. Douglas Co., Col. 
D. Wooster’s Reg. later becoming Adj. on the staff of Brig. Gen. 
“Mad Anthony” Wayne, while here, Gen. Marquis de La Fayette 
needed an aid-de-camp who could quickly interpret his orders, as 
La Fayette’s English could not be easily understood by his men, 
so Samuel was appointed, they being about the same age, grew 
very fond of each other during the intimate life of nearly seven 
years, La Fayette often calling him “My brave, my good, my 
virtuous, my adopted brother” and was always loud in his praise 
of his aid-de-camp. Samuel resigned from the army 4-13-1782. 

After his father’s death, he dropped the name of Still from his 
name but always signed the rest of his name in full. His estates 
at La Grange, N. Y. were ceded to him by the Government for 
distinguished service under Lafayette, here he held many local 
offices and was elected to the N. Y. Legislature, serving nine ses¬ 
sions 1788-1811. Gen. La Fayette when hearing of this honor, 
sent the following flattering acrostic 

Eage of the East! where wisdom rears her head 
Augustus, taught in Virtue’s path to tread 
’Mid thousands of his race, elected stands 
U nanimous to Legislative bands; 

Endowed with every art to frame just laws, 

Learns to hate vice, to virtue gives applause. 






Lafayette’s headquarters at geneva, 







EDWARD OF BRANFORD, CONN. 


119 


Augustus, Oh! thy name that’s ever dear 
I/nrivalled stands to crown each passing year; 
Great are the virtues that exalt thy mind, 
C/nenvied merit marks thy worth refined 
Sincerely rigid for your country’s right 
T o save her Liberty you deigned to fight; 
I/ndaunted courage graced your manly brow, 
.Secured such honors as the Gods endow. 


bright is the page; the record of thy days 
Attracts my muse thus to rehearse thy praise 
Rejoice then, patriots, statesmen, all rejoice! 

Eindle his praises with one general voice! 

Emblazon out his deeds, his virtues prize, 

Eeiterate his praises to the skies! 

M. de La Fayette 

P. S. The Colonel will readily apologise for the inaccuracies of 
an unskillful muse, and be convinced that the high esti¬ 
mation of his amiable character could alone actuate the 
author of the foregoing 

M. de La Fayette. 


Major Samuel married 1786 Mary L. Delavan, b. 1771; 
d. 1798; married (2) Emily Conklin. 


Issue born in La Grange, N. Y. 


252 

Eugenia Stanhope b 

5-20-1787 

d 



m 1806 

Dr. John R. Clapp 


253 

Emily Maria 

b 

7-11-1788 

d 

1818 


m 


Thos. Fitzsimmons 


254 

Pierre Augustus 

b 

4-17-1790 

d 

3-1-1870 

255 

Catherine 

b 

6-11-1792 

d 

y 

256 

Samuel Augustus 

b 

8 -! 2 -i 795 

d 

5-12-1852 

257 

Francis Augustus 

b 

4-2-I798 

d 

1-11-1871 

258 

Helen Maria 

b 

1805 

d 



m 


J. M. Dean 



259 

Catherine Louise 

b 

9-7-1806 

d 

1846 


m 


Rev. James H. 

Palmerlee 

260 

Oscar Augustus 

b 

12-8-1808 

d 

1898 

26l 

Oliver Augustus 

b 

12-11-1810 

d 

y 


unm 


unm 


120 Timothy served as private from Conn, during the Rev. 
war, then became a farmer and married 1779 Irene (52). 


120 


BARKER GENEALOGY 




Issue born 

in Branford, Conn. 


262 

David 

b 

11-9-1780 

d 


263 

Mary 

b 

7-27-1783 

d 


264 

Catherine 

m 

b 

5-25-1786 
John Cooper 

d 

1876 

26s 

Timothy 

jr. b 

3-4-1792 

d 

266 

Irene 

b 

12-8-1794 

d 


267 

Jane 

m 

b 

12-8-1794 
Benj. Leanard 

d 


268 

Joseph 

b 

10-27-1797 

d 

11-16-1813 unm 

269 

Benjamin 

b 

1800 

d 



122 Joseph was a farmer and shoemaker, moving to Brandon, 
Vt. in 1776, thence to Paris, N. Y. during the Rev. war, he was 
captured by the Indians but after two days march, he was able to 
escape by strategy. His wife being unable to keep up with the 
march was left behind and found shelter in an abandoned cellar, 
where that night their third child was born, help came the follow¬ 
ing day when a cousin hearing of the raid, came in search. Joseph 
was twice chosen selectman in Paris and held many other impor¬ 
tant offices, about 1803, he moved to Rome, N. Y. later moving 
to Byron, N. Y. where he died. He married 1-13-1777 Martha, 
dau. Capt. Thos. and Martha ( ) Tuttle, b. 1764; 

d. 5-11-1831. 


Issue born in Brandon, Vt. and Paris, N. Y. 


270 

David 

b 

10-4-1777 

d 

271 

Martha 

b 

9-17-1778 

d 


m 


Timothy Putnam 

272 

Rhoda 

b 

11-24-1779 

d 


m 


Artemus W. 

White 

273 

Joseph 

b 

6-4-1781 

d 

274 

Solomon 

b 

12-29-1782 

d 

275 

Laura 

b 

8-13-1784 

d 


m 


Clark Hayes 


276 

Augustus 

b 

5-22-1786 

d 

277 

Elmon 

b 

6-19-1788 

d 

278 

Lena 

b 

i- 1 3 -i 790 

d 

279 

Jonathan 

b 

11-9-1792 

d 1 

280 

Hugh 

b 

10-28-1794 

d 

281 

Irena 

b 

8-25-!796 

d 

282 

Marcus 

b 

6-11-1798 

d 

283 

Miles 

b 

1-14-1800 

d 1 

284 

Timothy 

b 

3-11-1802 

d 


12-1-1777 unm 

9- 24-1868 

10- 9-1859 

2-11-1857 

2-11-1857 

11- 1-1859 


8-9-1794 unm 
1-26-1867 


3-1-1886 
1-28-1803 unm 
4-10-1890 






EDWARD OF BRANFORD, CONN. 121 

FIFTH GENERATION 

136 Pittman was a farmer and married Lydia Rudd, 

b. ; d. 1840. 


Issue born in Tinmouth, Vt. 


285 

Justus 

b 

2-21-1798 d 

1878 

286 


b 

d 


287 

Olive 

b 

d 


m 


Noah W. Sawyer 


288 

Erastus 

b 

d 


289 


b 

d 


290 

Jaasaniah 

b 

b 


291 


b 

d 


292 

Lucretia 

Maria b 

6-17-1812 d 

3-29-1890 

m 

11-9-1831 

Eliphalet Balch 



137 Erastus was a man of prominence, serving as state Repre¬ 
sentative for several years, also sheriff for Rutland Co. Vt. in 
1815. He married Mabel Thompson. 


293 

Orange 

Issue born 

b 

in Tinmouth, Vt. 

d 

unm 

294 

Eliza 

b 

d 


295 

m 

Sarah 

b 

Stephen Barret 

d 


296 

m 

Pittman 

b 

Jaazaniah Barret 

d 


297 


b 

d 



138 Archelaus was a Rev. soldier, serving in Col. Douglas 
Reg., after the war, he was a successful farmer and married 

Sarah, dau. Sam’l and Hannah (Hoadley) Baldwin, b. 2-1- 
1750; d. 

Issue born in Stonington, Conn. 


298 b 

299 b 

300 James b 

301 b 

302 b 


d 

d 

d 

d 

d 


y 


unm 



122 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


145 Thomas was a prosperous farmer and married 
Chloe (87). 

Issue born in Coxsackie, N. Y. 

303 Thomas 

b 

d 

304 Jeremiah 

b 

d 

305 John 

b 

d 

306 Ebenezer 

b 

d 

307 Nancy 

b 

d 

308 Eunice 

b 

d 

509 Eliza 

b 

d 

310 

b 

d 


168 Asa was a farmer and moved about 1811 to Painsville, O. 
later going to Ill. He married 1808-9 Rhoda, dau. Joseph 

and Lydia (Utters) Adams, her father being a cousin of President 
John Adams, b. 1786; d. 1-3-1856. 


Issue born in Shenango Point, N. Y. and Painesville,’ O. 


3 ii 

John Adams 

b 

3-20-1810 

d 

312 

Mary Allen 

b 

7-16-1812 

d 


m 1840 

Zebdiah W. Lamport 

3 i 3 

Ralph 

b 

7-10-1815 

d 

3 H 

Algernon Sidney 

b 

7-10-1815 

d 

3 i 5 

Caroline 

b 

10-13-1817 

d 

316 

Annie 

b 


d 


180 John was a husbandman and married 5-12-1814 Eliz., dau. 
Joshua and Eliz. (Cook) Atwater, b. 8-4-1794; d. 

Issue born in New Haven, Conn. 

317 Joshua Atwater b d 1900 


183 Jared was a farmer and married 

Issue born in Madison Co., N. Y. 

318 b d 

3*9 b d 

320 Lyman b d 


EDWARD OF BRANFORD, CONN. 


123 


321 b d 

322 b d 

323 Alanson b d 


184 Rev. Malachi was an early settler of Hanover, N. Y. He 
was a good speaker and preached many years. He married 
Eliz., dau. Elisha and Eliz. (Davenport) Jones, b. 5-30-1764; 
d. 1838. 

Issue born in Hanover, N. Y. 


324 

Jason 

b 

d 

325 

Sophia 

b 

d 

326 

Nancy 

b 

d 

327 

Bathsheba 

m 

b 

d 

Tilden 

328 

Esther 

b 

d 

329 

Harriet 

b 

d 

330 

Hope 

b 

d 

33 1 

Emily 

m 

b 

d 

Lurman Higbee 


186 Warded was a successful farmer, moving to Paris in 1798. 
He married 1-24-1796 Polly Marshall, b. 5-29-1775; d. 3-31- 
1869. 



Issue born in New Lebanon and 

Paris, 

N. Y. 

332 

Mary Maria b 

6-4-1797 

d 

7-21-1883 


m 1-1-1818 

Eliphaz Barton 


333 

Serepta b 

1-4-1799 

d 

4-25-1832 


m 3-11-1821 

David Sherman 


334 

Marshall Warded b 

4-15-1801 

d 

3-12-1892 

335 

George Wadsworth b 

4-12-1803 

d 

9-8-1893 

336 

Alonzo De Calvis b 

4-12-1805 

d 

1-2-1900 

337 

Evelina b 

12-6-1811 

d 

3-10-1854 unm 

338 

Caroline b 

6-13-1814 

d 

6-28-1814 unm 


192 Solomon jr. served in the Rev. war under Abram Ten 
Eyck and received lands for service in the Rev. war, moved to 
Oneida Co., N. Y. and sold many lots there from 1798 to 1806. 
He married Thankful. 

Issue born in 


339 Elizabeth 


b 


d 


124 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


193 Levi served in the Rev. war under Capt. Hunter, Capt. 
Moody, Col. Lamb. He was one of the first settlers of Paris, 
N. Y. afterward Marshall, N. Y. He married 1789 Lydia, 
dau. Barnabas and Martha (Griswold) Benton, b. 5-4-1771; d. 
5-9-1838. 

Issue born in Marshall, N. Y. 


340 

Lester 

b 

10-12-1791 

d 

1-12-1863 


341 

Chloe 

b 


d 

y 

unm 

342 

Chloe 

b 


d 



343 

Clarissa 

b 

1796 

d 12-30-1877 



m 


Thos. Barton 




344 

Lois 

b 


d 

y 

unm 

345 

Jane 

b 


d 

y 

unm 

346 

Susan 

b 

1806 

d 

1880 


m 


Harvey Carskadden 



347 

Louisa Maria 

b 

3-15-1808 

d 

9-3-1864 

unm 


Founder of Houghton and Cottage Seminaries, 
Clinton, N. Y. 

348 Lucius b d y unm 

349 Emily b 4-10-1812 d 6-14-1886 

m 10-5-1842 Rev. Stephen P. Landers 


194 Samuel was a farmer and married 

Issue born in 


350 Norman b d 

351 Newton b d 

352 Hanna b d 

353 Lucretia b d 

354 Adelia b d 

355 Samuel b d 

356 Orson b d 


195 Theodore was a farmer and married 

Issue born in 


357 Caroline C. b d 

358 John M. b d 

359 Harvey b d 

360 Philo b d 

361 Reuben b d 

362 Sarah b d 

363 Jane E. b d 








EDWARD OF BRANFORD, CONN. 


I2 5 


196 Philo was a farmer, moving in 1819 to Penn. He mar¬ 
ried 1800 Kate Lewis, b. ; d. 1842. 


Issue born in North East, Pa. 


364 

Levi 


b 

1801 

d 

1887 

365 

Lloyd 


b 

1806 

d 

1859 

366 

Hiram 


b 

4-15-1810 

d 

5-31-1862 

367 

Lewis 


b 


d 


368 

Samuel 


b 

1815 

d 

1870 

369 

Eleanor 


b 


d 

1851 


m 



Jeremiah Badger 


370 

Sophia 


b 


d 

1872 


m 



Giles Badger 



371 

Edwin 


b 


d 

9-3-1896 

197 Hezekiah was a 

farmer and real estate dealer. He mar- 

ried 


Sarah. 







Issue born in Paris, N. 

Y. 


372 

Lorena 


b 


d 


373 

Lydia 


b 


d 


374 

Sarah 


b 


d 


375 

Abigail 


b 


d 

8-7-1802 unm 


203 Zenas enlisted at 16 in Capt. James Cannon’s Co. as a 
private in the N. Y. Continental line of the Rev. war, later he 
moved to Buffalo, N. Y. where he died. He married 
Rhoda, dau. Jacob and Mary ( ) Andrews. 

Issue born in Buffalo, N. Y. 

376 Benjamin Franklin b d 

377 Nancy b d 

m Wm. Hull 


209 Zalmon was a farmer and married 

Issue born in Mecklenburg, N. Y. 

378 Zalmon jr. b 12-14-1803 d 5-26-1888 

379 Ansel b d No issue 

m Mrs. Jane Quick 



BARKER GENEALOGY 


126 


380 

Samantha 


m 

381 

Caroline 


m 

382 

Reuben 

383 

George 

384 

Eliza 

385 

Phebe 

386 

Alma 


b 

b 

b 

b 

b 

b 

b 


Elijah Hill 
Benj. Hill 


d 

d 

d 

d 

d 

d 

d 


217 Uzal Munson was a prosperous farmer, moving to New 
Haven, N. Y. and settled on a farm of his sister Phebe. He 
married 2-14-1821 Catherine, dau. Capt. James and Ruth (Hoff¬ 
man) Smith, b. 2-14-1801; d. 4-27-1873. 


Issue born in Hector and New Haven, N. Y. 


387 

Elihu Munson 

b 

3-24-1822 

d 

10-20-1846 unm 

388 

Uzella Mary 

b 

12-12-1823 

d 

11-10-1888 


m 


Welcome Bullock 



2 m 


Zalmon (378) 



389 

James Munson 

b 

2-20-1826 

d 

3-21-1908 

390 

Schuyler M. 

b 

4-5-1828 

d 

5-16-1925 

39 i 

William Minos 

b 

1-18-1831 

d 

unm 

392 

Josephine Maria 

b 

6-1-1833 

d 

3-4-1911 unm 

393 

Susan Marcella 

b 

9-7-1835 

d 

unm 

394 

Avery Milton 

b 

3-5-1838 

d 

6-17-1921 unm 

395 

John Marshall 

b 

4-29-1841 

d 


396 

Ella Millicent 

b 

9-12-1844 

d 

9-1-1881 


m 2-20-1876 Dr. Geo. G. Whitaker 


219 Miles was a farmer and fruit grower. He married 
1788 Sally Thomas, b. 10-10-1768; d. 12-5-1854. 


Issue born in Branford, Ct. and Oriskany, N. Y. 


197 Jesse 

598 Martha M. 

m 

599 Elizabeth 
|.oo Mabel L. 

m 

[.01 Sarah 

m 

(.02 Amanda 
m 


b 

b 

b 

b 

b 

b 


1-25-1789 d 
7-12-1790 d 
Chas. Hastings 


4- 20-1792 
! 0 - 3-1794 

Wm. Smith 
6-14-1796 
Oren Smith 

5- 25-1798 _ 
Hiram Curtis 


d 

d 


2-2-1851 

9-SH1835 

11- 11-1881 unm 

12- 20-1827 






127 



EDWARD OF 

BRANFORD, CONN. 


403 

Miles 

b 

5-30-1800 

d 

5-16-1838 

404 

Nancy M. 

b 

3-24-1802 

d 

2-7-1840 


m 


Eben Hitchcock 


405 

Sheldon S. 

b 

7-12-1804 

d 

3-27-1883 

406 

Alonzo E. 

b 

3-31-1807 

d 

7-4-1851 

407 

Orlando J. 

b 

3-31-1807 

d 

7-4-1835 

408 

Mary L. 

b 

8-7-1810 

d 

3-22-1838 


m 12-22- 

-1832 

Wm. Sampson 



409 

Pierre von C. 

b 

11-23-1813 

d 



220 Munson was a farmer and moved in 1797 to Oriskany 
Falls, N. Y. via ox team, settling on what later was called Barker 

d. 


Hill. 

He married 


Phebe Wright. 

b. 1772; 


Issue born in Branford, 

Ct. and Oriskany Falls, N. Y. 

410 

Merritt Munson 

b 

5-29-1795 

d 

1864 

411 

Daniel Wright 

b 

12-1-1798 

d 

1885 

412 

Seth Sanford 

b 

8-30-1801 

d 

1-5-1893 

4 i 3 

Laurens Hull 

b 

5-9-1804 

d 

10-20-1869 

414 

Milo Orrin 

b 

5-23-1816 

d 

11-5-1904 


221 Jesse was a farmer, moving to Nunda, N. Y. about 1823. 
He married Lydia Wright. 


415 

Esther 

Issue born 

b 

in Augusta, 

N. Y. 

d 

416 

Amos 

b 

8-11-1800 

d • 2-20-1882 

417 

Eliseph 

b 


d 

418 

John W. 

b 


d 

419 

Jesse jr. 

b 

i 8°9 

d 

420 

Sala 

b 


d unm 

421 

Cyrus 

b 


d unm 

422 

Lydia 

b 


d unm 

423 

Elizabeth 

b 


d unm 


223 Eliseph was a farmer, moving to Camden, N. Y. in 1799, 
was a prominent Methodist and leader of the Preston Hill class. 
He married 1805 Clarissa, dau. Dan’l. and Mary ( ) 

Parks, b. ; d. 7-15-1857. 


128 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


Issue born in Camden, N. Y. 


424 

Sidney 

b 

d 

425 

Volney Parks 

b 

d 

426 

Clarissa Esther 

b 

d 

m 

Wm. Ireland 


1876 


224 Ephriam was a farmer and married 1811 Huldah, 

dau. Reuben and Mary ( ) Hine. b. ; d. 

5-29-1840. 

Issue born in Harwinton, Conn. 


427 

Hart 

b 

9-7-1812 

d 

428 

Mabel Sophronia 

b 

3-26-1814 

d 

429 

Huldah Selina 

b 

11-13-1816 

d 

430 

Emily Jennet 

b 

1-19-1820 

d 

43 i 

Nelson 

b 

6-11-1824 

d 


228 Russell Rutherford was a farmer and stock 

raiser. He 

married 1801 

Hannah, 

dau. Stephen and Mary (Curtis) 

Woodhull. b. 7-15- 

1782; d. 





Issue born 

in Madison, N. 

Y. 


432 

Nancy 

b 

1802 

d 



ms-] 

10 

CM 

00 

1— ! 

A* 

Mj. Isaac Coe 



433 

Sarah E. 

b 

1803 

d 

1848 


m 


Dr. John Putnam 


434 

Nelson 

b 

1805 

d 

1806 unm 

435 

Wilford 

b 

1806 

d 

1807 unm 

436 

Russell 

b 

1809 

d 

1810 unm 

437 

Margarette 

b 

1811 

d 

1870 

438 

Henry R. 

b 

1812 

d 

1856 

439 

Julia A. 

b 

1815 

d 

1849 

440 

Maria 

b 

1818 

d 

1894 

441 

Hannah 

b 

1820 

d 

1899 


m 


Lyman S. Harding 


442 

Leverette 

b 

1823 

d 

1854 unm 


230 Gen. Leverette served in the war of 1812 and married 
Desire (188). 







EDWARD OF BRANFORD, CONN. 


129 


Issue born in Fredonia, N. Y. 

443 b d 

444 Eliza b 9-22-1814 d 7-24-1877 

m 11-30-1837 Rosella Greene 

445 b d 

446 b d 


243 Joel was a farmer and married 


Issue born in Branford, Conn. 


447 

Daniel 

b 

1792 

d 

448 


b 


d 

449 

Samuel N. 

b 


d 

450 

Elan 

b 


d 

45 i 


b 


d 

452 


b 


d 


3-11-1875 


250 Jonathan Brooks was a farmer and married 1827 

Frances Jane, dau. Pierre and Lois (Baldwin) Appelle. b. 10-6- 
1808; d. 3-19-1886. 


Issue born in New York City. 


453 Alonzo 

454 Charles Appelle 

455 Prelate Demick 

456 John Jay 


b 2-22-1828 
b 1-20-1830 
b 9-29-1835 
b 3-26-1846 


d 

d 

d 

d 


1916 


254 Judge Pierre Augustus served in the Civil war, later 
becoming a lawyer practicing in Buffalo, N. Y. of which city he 
was one time Mayor, Director of Customs during President Jack¬ 
son's term. He married 1812 Annache G. Livingston, b. 

1790; d. 

Issue born in Buffalo, N. Y. 


457 Catherine b 

m 

458 William b 

459 Eugene Marie b 

m 9-15-1835 


1812 d 1835 

No issue 

1834 Dr. Elliot Burwell 

1814 d 1822 unm 

8-10-1816 d 4-26-1883 

Philander Hodge 




130 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


460 

Louise 

b 

1818 

d 

1846 

m 

1839 

Chas. Cooper 



461 

Robert Rose S. 

b 

1821 

d 

1846 

462 

Elizabeth King 

b 

1823 

d 

1905 


m 

1843 

John Johnstone 



463 

James Stuart 

b 

8-29-1825 

d 

4-10-1909 

464 

b 

1826 

d 

1826 u 

465 

Pierre Augustus 

b 

6-17-1827 

d 



256 Dr. Samuel Augustus, the first physician to permanently 
locate in McConnelsville, O. served as surgeon during the war of 
1812, went to Ohio in 1818, was first County Auditor 1819-21, 
first Clerk of Court 1819-24, Sheriff 1825-29, first postmaster, in 
1832 Pres. Jackson appointed him Register of Land office in 
Zanesville, O. He was a man of marked social qualities and 
married 1820 Eliza B. Shugert. b. 3-20-1805 ; d. 2-17-1888. 

Issue born in McConnelsville, O. 

466 Amanda b 12-26-1822 d 1-4-1911 

m 11-17-1847 Wm. D. Devin 

467 Cynthia b d 

m David Ledyard 


257 Francis Augustus was a farmer, County Auditor 1822-27, 
School Director 1825, in 1829 built the first tavern and turned it 
into a dwelling and office, was Justice of Peace, moved in 1844 to 
Iowa. He married 4-10-1825 Catherine, dau. Col. Joseph and 
Eliz. (Dana) Barker, b. 8-31-1806; d. 10-11-1885. 

Issue born in McConnelsville, O. and Iowa 


468 

469 


470 

471 

472 

473 

474 

475 


b 

Emma C. b 

m 
2 m 

Edward Corning b 
Francis C. b 

Frances Gage b 
m 2-27-1871 
Wm. Henry Harrison 
Helen M. b 

Eliza M. b 


1826 d 
5-2-1830 d 
J. Q. Julian 
Madison McVay 
8-12-1832 d 
1-23-1836 d 
5-30-1838 d 
W. Park Cutler 
b 10-16-1840 d 
4-11-1842 d 
4-11-1842 d 


1826 unm 
7-11-1871 


1864 unm 
1900 


10-11-1844 
10-11-1842 unm 



EDWARD OF BRANFORD, CONN. 


131 


476 Joseph b d y unm 

477 George Whiting b 11-23-1847 d 1870 unm 

478 Mary Augusta b 8-11-1850 d 12-22-1917 

m 12-28-1876 Jas. C. Cutler 


265 Timothy jr. was a farmer and married 
Martha L. Griswold, b. ; d. 1865. 


1827 Mrs 


479 Timothy L. 

480 Justin 

481 Catherine 

m 

482 Martha 

483 Joseph 


Issue born in 

b 3-13-1828 
b 1832 

b 

1867 Bishop C. J. 
b 
b 


d 

d 

d 

Sheldon 
d 1874 

d 1864 unm 


282 Marcus was a successful farmer and married 
Laura Fancher. b. ; d. ; married (2) 

Harriet Delamater. 


484 Jane 

485 Daniel 

486 David 

487 Eugene 

488 Velma 


Issue born in Byron, N. Y. 


b 

b 

b 

b 

b 


6-3-1849 


d 

d 

d 

d 

d 


SIXTH GENERATION 


285 Justus was a farmer and married Rebecca 

Valentine, b. 1800; d. 8-31-1870. 


Issue born in Tinmouth, Vt. and Middletown, Conn. 


489 

490 Augustus 

491 

492 

493 Amanda 

m 

494 

495 


b d 

b 12-7-1825 d 
b d 

b d 

b d 

Geo. Haverland 
b d 

b d 



132 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


288 Erastus was a farmer, moving before 1875 to Wisconsin, 
He married Parley, dau. Alford and Mary ( ) 

Hosford. 

Issue bom in Poultney, Vt. 

496 Don A. b d 

497 Dwight b d 

498 Edson D. b d 

290 Jaasaniah was a farmer and married 

Issue bom in Poultney, Vt. 


499 

500 

501 

502 


b 

b 

b 

b 


d 

d 

d 

d 


307 John Adams was a farmer and married 


Issue born in 


503 Marcia b 

504 Vincent b 

50 5 b 


309 Ralph was a farmer and married 
b. 1830; d. 9-3-1890. 

Issue born in 

506 b 

507 Charles b 1-21-1852 


d 

d 

d 


Maria Sherman. 


d 

d 1915 


310 Algernon Sidney was a farmer living in Iowa, thence in 
1884 to Fairfield, Neb. He married Mary. 

Issue born in 

508 Algernon Sidney b d 

320 Lyman was a farmer, moving about 1836 to Mt. Vernon, 
O. He married Mary, dau. Isaac C. and Eleanor ( ) 

Munson. 






EDWARD OF BRANFORD, CONN. 


133 


Issue born in Pittsford, N. Y. 


509 

Charles 

b 

d 

510 

David 

b 

8-23-1811 d 

511 

Jane 

b 

d 


m 


Asa Patterson 

512 

Henry 

b 

d 

513 

Mary Ann 

b 

d 


m 


Wm. Green 

514 

Isaac 

b 

d 

515 

Eleanor 

b 

d 


m 


Frank Penharwood 

516 

Maria 

b 

d 

517 

Agustus 

b 

d 


6-7-1879 


323 Alanson was a farmer and married 


Issue born in 


518 Roxana b d 

m John Paul 

519 Jared b d 

520 William b d 

521 Mary b d 


m 


Orville Bangs 


Betsy Phelps. 


No issue 


334 Marshall Warded was a substantial citizen and farmer. 
He married 3-11-1824 Zirza M., dau. James and Margaret (Sher¬ 
man) Lumbard. b. 10-12-1805; d. 8-14-1846; married (2) 

1849 Louisa McL., dau. Wm. and Lois G. (Andrews) Me Lean, 
b. 4-9-1808; d. 2-3-1873; married (3) 1874 Mrs Maria 

(Lumbard) Addington, b. 11-1-1815; d. 9-18-1900. 


Issue born in Clinton, N. Y. 


5 22 

John S. b 

3-16-1826 

d 

8-28-1897 

5 2 3 

Charlotte E. b 

6-9-1829 

d 

2-2-1912 


m 11-22-1854 

John L. Case 


5 2 4 

Ellen Maria b 

9 - 9 -!832 

d 

1-11-1915 


m 9-14-1853 

J. Orrin Gridley 

S 2 5 

Mary Delosia b 

i-i 3- l8 37 

d 

8-28-1925 


m 12-25-1862 

Chas. Palmer 


526 

Desdemona b 

7-26-1839 

d 

9-21-1849 unm 

527 

Charles Marshall b 

5-26-1845 

d 

9-15-1849 unm 

528 

Giles Herbert b 

7-21-1846 

d 

9-23-1849 unm 




*34 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


335 George Wadsworth was a successful merchant and highly 
respected citizen. He married 1-20-1825 Polly L., dau. Geo. and 
Mary B. (Todd) Coe. b. 12-4-1805; d. 8-20-1856; married (2) 
10-8-1857 Eliz. M. van Vechten. b. 5-10-1823; d. 1901. 


Issue born in Oneida Co. N. Y. 


529 Sarah Jane b 

m 2-6-1856 

530 Alonzo Wayne b 

531 Phonett C. 

532 Hanrietta 


533 

534 Mary Florence 


5-14-1827 
Chas. Barton 

4- 1-1831 

5- 9-1835 
b 11-12-1839 
b 3-22-1844 
b 5-23-1847 


d 11-9-1876 

d 11-1-1891 
d 8-21-1903 
d 3-14-1906 
d 7-5-1844 unm 
d 


336 Alonzo De Calvis had marked success in agriculture and 
to whose wide information and remarkable power of description 
much of the history of the region is owing. He married 1833 
Armena, dau. Abel and Mary ( ) Hart. b. 1810; 

d. 10-26-1838; married Lucinda Billington. b. 3-18- 

1811; d. 5-24-1885. 


535 Almira 

536 Lester W. 

537 George Albert 

538 Edward 

539 Mary 

m 

540 Frances 

m 


born in Clinton, N. 

b 4-26-1834 
b 10-13-1835 

b 9 ~ 3 ~ I ^ 3 ^ 
b 2-14-1847 
b 

Chas. Slocum 
b 

Wm. Lapham 


Y. 

d &-19-1895 

d 4-5-1912 

d 5-5-I9H 

d 7-15-1913 

d No issue 

d 5-28-1915 


340 Col. Lester was the first white child born in Brothertown 
Reservation. He served during the war of 1812 as Serg. in Capt. 
Isaac Benedict’s Co., in 1847 was Sheriff of Oneida Co. Supervisor 
and Justice of Peace. He married 12-9-1818 Sybil, dau. Eleazer 
and Sybil (Wright) House, b. 7-17-1796; d. 12-24-1824; mar¬ 
ried (2) Margaret, dau. Wm. and Mary ( ) 

Odell, b. 1800; d. 4-9-1885. 




EDWARD OF BRANFORD, CONN. 


135 


Issue born in Oneida Co. N. Y. 


541 Jane Elizabeth 

542 Henry Lucius 

543 Caroline 

m 


b 9-4-1820 
b 2-21-1822 

b 

Hon Wm. B. 


d 7-28-1903 unm 
d 7-19-1907 
d 

Ruggles 


364 Levi was a farmer and married 


Clelland. b. 

1800; d. 

1892. 




Issue born in 

North East, 

Pa, 

544 

Samuel 

b 


d 

545 

Catherine 

b 


d 

546 

Chauncey 

b 


d 

547 

Edwin 

b 


d 

548 

Nancy 

b 


d 

549 

Alexander 

b 


d 


365 Lloyd was a farmer and married 


Issue born in North East, Pa. 


550 

Jane S. 

b 

d 

55 i 

William Lewis 

b 

d 

552 

Catherine 

b 

d 

553 

Henry H. 

b 

d 

554 

Sophia J. 

b 

d 


Isabelle Mc- 


Skeels. 


366 Hiram was a successful farmer, living with his parents 
until they died, in 1852, he moved to Girard, Pa. He married 
3-26-1839 Jane, dau. Sam’l. and Jane (McDonald) McClelland, 
b. 1-9-1812; d. 


Issue born in North East and Girard, Pa. 


555 

James P. b 

1-18-1840 d 

No issue 


m 12-17-1878 

Mary E. Luther 


556 

Mary 

b 10-12-1842 

d 6-2-1921 


m 10-15-1868 

Alex. McClelland 


557 

Anna Jane b 

3-4-1845 d 

6-22-1920 


m 11-10-1870 

Emmett W. Shipman 

558 

John b 

4-25-1847 d 

1-10-1865 unm 

559 

William b 

10-28-1849 d 

4-8-1925 

560 

Eleanore J. b 

9-8-1853 d 




136 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


368 Samuel was a farmer and married 

Axiah Trow- 

bridge, b. 

; d. ; married (2) 1855. 


Issue born in Erie Co., 

Pa. 

561 Marcia 

b 

d 

562 Electa 

b 

d 

563 Charles 

b 

d y unm 

564 Celestia 

b 

d 

565 Clarence 

b 10-6-1856 

d 

5 66 Charles 

b 

d 

371 Edwin 

was a farmer and married 

Nancy 

McClelland. 




Issue born in Fairview, 

Pa. 

567 Sarah 

b 

d 

568 Lovicia 

b 

d 

569 Alfred 

b 

d 

376 Benjamin Franklin married 

Catherine Goodrich. 


Issue born in 


570 Sarah Angeline b 

d 

m 

M. Worthingham 

378 Zalmon 

jr. was a farmer and a fine singer. He married 

Olive, dau. Asa and Lorana 

(Seward) Culver, b. 

; d. 

8-25-1877; married (2) 

Uzella (388). 

b. 12-12-1823; 

d. 11-10-1888. 



Issue born in 


571 Lorana 

b 

d 12-20-18 


m 


Jackson Burd 


No issue 


383 George was a farmer and married 

Issue born in 


572 Frank 


b 


d 





EDWARD OF BRANFORD, CONN. 


137 


389 James Munson was a civil engineer, a well educated man 

of refined taste. He married 1867 Laura, dau. Albigence W. 
and Laura ( ) Robinson, b. 9-1-1830; d. 8-21-1916. 

Issue born in Appleton, Wis. 

573 Frederick Waldo b 6-24-1868 d 2-28-1908 unm 

574 Katherine b 12-19-1874 d 

390 Schuyler Montgomery was a man of sterling qualities, a 
well known surveyor in Oneida Co., elected in 1877 Supervisor, 
was many years Road Com., Justice of Peace 25 years. He mar¬ 
ried 11-12-1868 Lavinia E., dau. Willard W. and Lucetta 
(Spencer) Squires, b. 3-17-1847; d. 

Issue born in New Haven, N. Y. 

575 Ida May b 3-18-1870 d 

m 6-4-1890 Loren J. Parsons 

576 Williard M. b 2-6-1872 d 

395 John Marshall is a farmer and in 1883 moved West, 
taking up a Homestead in King Co. Wash, where he built a home 
and still lives in it. He married 2-20-1867 Addie, dau. Sidney and 
Rebecca (Hall) Calkins, b. 2-15-1846; d. 1-12-1920. 

Issue born in New Haven, N. Y. and Tacoma, Wash. 


577 

Eva Marion 

b 

10-24-1869 

d 12-29-1875 unm 

578 

Lue Myrtie 

b 

n-9-1873 

d 

579 

Claude Sidney 

b 

1-23-1878 

d 

580 

Laura May 

b 

5-27-1883 

d 


397 Jesse was 

a farmer and married 

Elimina Wright 



Issue born in 


581 

George 

b 

d 

582 

Elizabeth 

b 

d 

583 

William 

b 

d 

584 

Lucy 

b 

d 

585 

Henry 

b 

d 


i3 8 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


403 Miles was a farmer and married 


Melinda Brace. 


Issue born in 


586 Asael Brace b d 

587 Morris O. b d 

588 Sarah Sophia b d 

589 Martha Melinda b d 

590 Orlando Clark b d 

591 John Mb d 


405 Sheldon S. was a farmer and married 1831 Olive A., 
dau. Moses and Polly (Smith) Phelps, b. 1812; d. 


Issue born in Augusta, N. Y. 

592 Mary Elizabeth b 4-23-1832 d 

m 8-26-1851 Henry M. Park 

593 Janette Maria b d 


406 Alonzo E. was a prosperous farmer and married 
Ann Gray. 

Issue born in 


594 Franklin Gray b d 

409 Pierre von Courtlandt married Abigail Hitchcock. 

Issue born in 

595 Fidelia Amanthus b d 

596 Orlando b d 

597 Adelbert b d 

598 Emma b d 


410 Merritt Munson was a farmer and married Polly 

Mayhew. 

Issue born in 

599 Phebe b 

600 Milo b 


d 

d 







EDWARD OF BRANFORD, CONN. 


139 


411 Daniel Wright was a successful farmer and married 2-25- 
1823 Abigail, dau. John and Mamerre (Saxton) Hitchcock, b. 
6-9-1797; d. 4-24-1880. 


Issue born in Augusta and Oriskany Falls, N. Y. 


601 

Martin Wright b 

1-22-1827 

d 

1911 

602 

Julius b 

2-12-1824 

d 

1-17-1876 

603 

Eliza b 

n-13-1834 

d 

8-27-1917 


m 8-14-1856 

Albert Martin 



604 

Phebe J. b 

7-5-1837 

d 

9-28-1898 


m 1-3-1862 

Laurens (611) 



605 

Orville Jay b 

11-8-1843 

d 

5-28-1913 


412 Seth Sanford was a weaver and farmer, moving to Nunda, 
N. Y. in 1821, built a house of logs, made their furniture, was 
Assessor and Road Com. several terms, he and his sons cleared 
nearly 100 acres of pine trees. He married 2-8-1821 Sarah, dau. 
Thos. and Eliz. ( ) Durfee. b. 4-7-1802; d. 4-4-1884. 


Issue born in Nunda, N. Y. 


606 Munson Orrin b 10-29-1822 

607 Orlando Washington b 1-2-1826 

608 Lavillo b . 7-11-1829 

609 Justus LeRoy b 1-17-1834 


d 9-13-1922 

d 5-21-1897 
d n-xo-1831 unm 
d 4-12-1911 


413 Laurens Hull was a farmer and married Asenath 

Thompson. 

Issue born in Oriskany, N. Y. 


610 Lester b d 

611 Laurens M. b 10-3-1828 d 

612 Lucetta b d 

613 Leveret b d 

614 Linus b d 


414 Milo Orrin was a farmer of note and married 1-11-1836 
Emmeline, dau. Oliver and Rachel ( ) Wright, b. 12-15- 

1812; d. 7-4-1891. 




140 

BARKER GENEALOGY 




Issue born in 

Oriskany Falls, 

N. 

Y. 

615 

Harriet b 

7-19-1837 

d 

12-28-1922 unm 

616 

Albert Newell b 

1-2-1839 

d 

7-31-1908 

617 

Adelbert Buell b 

1-2-1839 

d 

6-11-1840 unm 

618 

Mary Jacques b 

7-8-1842 

d 



m 7-1-1888 

Sam’l. J. Bingham 


619 

Phebe b 

7-14-1851 

d 


620 

Ida May b 

5-4-1855 

d 

1-27-1884 unm 


416 Amos was a carpenter and builder, had a saw mill, a 
quiet, peaceful citizen. He married 8-23-1827 Sophia, dau. Elijah 
and Lois (Fitch) Tracy, b. 2-7-1796; d. 2-10-1875. 


Issue born in Nunda, N. Y. 


621 

Augustus 

b 

5-25-1828 

d 

3-31-1900 

622 

Edwin Wright 

b 

n-12-1829 

d 

5-30-1912 

623 

John Fitch 

b 

11-8-1831 

d 

12-19-1898 unm 

624 

James Stebbins 

b 

n-8-1833 

d 

11-28-1893 

625 

Mary Charlotte 

b 

8-30-1835 

d 

h- 3- i8 95 






No issue 


m 1-15-1874 

Abraham H. Tyler 


626 

Joseph Maynard 

b 

12-1-1837 

d 

4-28-1903 






No issue 


m 11-15- 

1866 

Mary Carver 



627 

Julia Sophia 

b 

5-7-1839 

d 

12-18-1908 


m 6-25- 

1861 

John A. Merrick 



419 Jesse jr. was a farmer and married 1837 Jane Bradley, 
b. 1809; d. 


628 

Emery 

Issue born 

b 

in Nunda, N. 

1838 

Y. 

d 

1855 unm 

629 

Elizabeth 

b 

1840 

d 

630 

m 

Esther 

b 

Asher Miller 
1844 

d 

1878 

631 

m 

Amelia 

b 

Henry Fuller 
1847 

d 

1914 

632 

m 

Newton 

b 

Wm. Magee 
1852 

d 

No issue 





EDWARD OF BRANFORD, CONN. 


141 


438 Henry R. was a farmer and married 
White. 


633 Samuel R. 

634 George H. 

635 Rosalie 


Issue born in 

b 1842 d 
b 1844 d 
b d 


1841 Anna C. 


1851 unm 
unm 


447 Daniel was a farmer and married 


Issue born in 

636 Jane b d 

637 Harriet b d 


449 Samuel N. was a farmer and married 

Issue born in Guilford, Conn. 


638 Charles A. b d 

639 John W. b d 

640 Samuel P. b d 

641 James P. b d 

642 Catherine b d 

m Edgar Davis 


450 Elan was a farmer and married 



Issue born 

in 


644 

b 

d 


64s 

b 

d 


453 Alonzo married 

Annie F. Prout. b. 

• 

} 

d. 

; married (2) 

Mary Thornton, b. 

• 

y 

d. 2- 

-24-1905. 




Issue born 

in 


646 

Alonzo b 

d 

unm 

647 

Charles E. b 

d 


648 

William b 

d 



142 


BARKER GENEALOGY 




454 Charles Appelle married Kate Rogers. 

Issue born in Waltham, Mass. 

649 Charles D. b 6-21-1861 d 

650 Fred B. b 4-15-1864 d 


455 Prelate Demick was Postmaster in Mobile, Ala. for many 
years, also Collector of the Port. He married 8-1-1865 Joanna E. 
Ferguson, b. ; d. 3-21-1910; married (2) 4-29-1914 

Grace S. Pettit. 

Issue born in Selma, Ala. 


651 

652 

653 

654 


Ellis Carson b 

Florence Jane b 
m 11-10-1885 
Joanna Elizabeth b 
m 

Olive Louise b 
m 


12-16-1866 d 12-12-1899 unm 

11-1-1868 d 

Harry G. Wales 
10-7-1870 d 

Capt. H. L. Peters U.S.A. 

9-3-1873 d 

Mj. E. M. Robinson 


456 John Jay married 6-12-1867 Emma J., dau. John D. and 
Susan (Ray) McCreary, b. 7-14-1845; d. 


655 

656 

657 

658 

659 


Issue born 


Herbert Jay 
Oscar W. 
Francis E. 

Ethel Sone 

m 9-15- 
Russel David 


in New York City 

11-10-1868 d 

6- 26-1871 d 

7- 30-1873 d 

2-10-1876 d 

Geo. B. Arnot 

7-18-1878 d 


8-23-1873 unm 
3-11-1875 unm 
No issue 


b 

b 

b 

b 

1894 

b 


461 Robert Rose Seldon was a planter and married 
Laura W., dau. Thos. and Laura ( ) Glasscock. 


660 

661 

662 

663 

664 


Issue born in Natchez, Miss. 


Sina b 

William b 

Thomas b 

Pierre Augustus b 
Helena b 


d 

1842 d 

1843 d 

1844 d 

1845 d 


y 


unm 


463 James Stuart served in the Civil war and married 10-8- 
1847 Amilda S. Payton. 




EDWARD OF BRANFORD, CONN. 


I 43 


Issue born in Warsaw, Ill. 


665 

James Stuart jr. 

b 

9-21-1848 d 

11-11-1877 

666 

Lewis Payton 

b 

1850 d 

1852 unm 

667 

Robert Seldon 

b 

7-2-1852 d 

6-11-1880 

668 

Frank George 

b 

9 -i 3-!854 d 


669 

Ella Louisa 

b 

11-21-1856 d 

3-13-1924 

m 3-15- 

■1888 

Edw. A. Tupper 


670 

Amilda Susan 

b 

5-2-1858 d 


m 10-11- 

-1880 

Pascal E. Scott 


465 Pierre Augustus served in the Civil war 

and married 

1847 Helen Johnson. 





Issue born 

in Natchez, Miss. 


671 

JuHa 

b 

1848 d 


672 

Eugenia Maria 

b 

d 


m 


Geheet 



2 m 


Adolph Whitman 


673 


b 

d 


674 


b 

d 

1879 unm 

675 

John 

b 

1858 d 


471 Francis Catherinus was a ranchman and married 
Matilda Mathews. 

Issue born in 


676 

677 


b 

b 


d 

d 


473 William Henry Harrison served four years in the Civil 
war, private in Co. K. 3rd. Iowa Cav., later he studied and prac¬ 
ticed dentistry and medicine. He inaugurated the movement of 
the Sycamore tree being known as the “Peace Tree” and planted 
at the gate of each 84 National Cemeteries. He married 


Sarah E., dau. Robt. and Sarah ( ) 

Issue born in Pella and Knoxville, Iowa 

678 Frank Menotti b d 

679 Elsie Magoon b d 

m F. M. Kimmell 

680 Nelle b d 

m Frank Bates 





144 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


479 Timothy Leonard married 1872 Mary R. Simpson. 

Issue born in San Francisco, Cal. 

681 Mary Simpson b d 

m Wallace M. Alexander 


480 Justin Leonard married i860 Frances G. Bartlett. 

Issue born in Auburn, N. Y. 

682 Ellen M. b d unm 


487 Eugene was a farmer, moving to Batavia in 1896, thence 
to San Jose, Cal. in 1905. He married 11-24-1870 Ella, dau. 
James D. and Susan E. (Richmond) Wright, b. 9-30-1849; d. 
5-18-1924. 

Issue born in Byron, N. Y. 

683 Horace Eugene b 1874 d 2-11-1877 unm 

684 Ella Velma b 1876 d 

m 9-4-1894 Jos. B. Hoxie 

685 May Belle b 1878 d 

686 Earle Wright b 1-10-1887 d 


SEVENTH GENERATION 

490 Augustus had the best farm, in the locality, of 300 acres, 
was Selectman, several times Commissioner. He married 6-11- 
1852 Emily, dau. Alonzo and Adelia (Hotchkiss) Hyde. 


687 

688 

689 

690 

691 


Issue born in Middletown Springs, Vt. 


Emma b 

Ida b 

m 

William C. b 

David b 

Lillian b 

m 


1853 d 

d 

Benj. Petherick 
1858 d 

3-30-1860 d 

d 


1856 unm 


1884 


Clark Gardner 






EDWARD OF BRANFORD, CONN. 


145 


507 Charles was a farmer and married 5-31-1877 Lucy 
Twining, b. ; d. 8-24-1908. 

Issue born in 

692 Eva B. b 3-18-1878 d 

m 2-7-1897 Frank G. Brown 


509 Charles was a farmer, moving in i860 to Ohio. He 
married Sarah Armstrong. 


Issue born in Wooster, O. 


693 

Mary 

b 

d 


m 


Jos. G. White 

694 

Caroline 

b 

4-18-1848 d 12-25-1914 


m 

1868 

W. W. Snodgrass 

5!0 

David was 

a prosperous farmer and married 5-18-1834 


Sarah, dau. Benj. and Mary (Cole) Eckler. b. 3-20-1812; d. 
6-4-1897. 

Issue born in Pittsford, N. Y. 


695 

Lyman Munson 

b 

12-15-1835 

696 

William Henry 

b 

3 -i 5-!837 

697 

George Riley 

b 

10-27-1838 

698 

Benjamin Franklin b 

11-23-1840 

699 

Newman 

b 

5-1-1842 

700 

Sarah Maria 

b 

8-26-1844 

701 

Clarence David 

b 

8-6-1847 


d 6-4-1894 

d 5-5-1905 
d 8-11-1903 
d 10-23-1905 
d 5-27-1913 
d 2-15-1846 unm 
d 6-29-1923 


512 Henry was a farmer and married 


Issue born in 


702 b 

703 b 

704 b 

705 b 

706 Lyman b 

707 b 

708 b 


d 

d 

d 

d 

d 

d 

d 




146 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


519 Jared was a farmer and married 

Issue born in 

709 William b 

710 Mary b 


Ellen Munson. 


d 

d 


520 William was a farmer and married 

Issue born in 

711 Alanson b d 

712 Jared b d 


522 John Sanger was a well to do farmer and married 
1848 Phebe C., dau. Almon and Susan (Adington) Barnard, b. 
9-5-1823; d. 12-11-1869; married (2) 1871 Elinor B. Law. 

b. 10-24-1839; d. 10-3-1873; married (3) Almira C. (535). b. 
4-26-1834; d. 8-19-1895. 


Issue born in Clinton, N. Y. 


713 Charles H. b 6-3-1849 d 

m 6-11-1874 Emma Hubbard 

714 Jay Marshall b 4-8-1852 d 


m 12-11-1885 

2 m 1923 

715 William I. b 

716 John Elmer b 


Susie Maxted 
Mrs Addie Birge 
12-7-1858 d 

9-!9- i8 73 d 


No issue 

3-28-1925 _ 

No issue 


530 Alonzo Wayne was an exemplary business man and 
respected citizen, in 1858 moved to Oneida, N. Y. and was Teller 
in the Oneida Valley Bank, in 1862 enlisted in the Oneida Cavalry, 
served until incapacitated by illness, then assigned to the War 
Dept., after honorable discharge in 1865, returned to Oneida and 
banking. In 1886 made Secy, of the Oneida Savings Bank until 
his death. He married 10-7-1863 Caroline M., dau. Theo. F. and 
Eliz. (Higinbotham) Hand. b. 2-18-1843; d. 1-5-1871. 








EDWARD OF BRANFORD, CONN. 


147 


Issue born in Oneida, N. Y. 


717 

718 

719 Charles 

720 Caroline Hand 


b 1865 
b 1865 
b 1-11-1868 
b 1-5-1871 


d 

d 

d 

d 


1865 unm 
1865 unm 
12-24-1868 unm 


531 Dr. Phonett Coe graduated College Physicians and Sur¬ 
geons, N. Y. C. i860, practising for seven years in Cold Spring, 
N. Y. thence to Morristown, N. J. appointed 1869 Pension Ex. 
Surgeon and held for 26 years, Pres. N. J. Med. Socy. in 1885, 
in 1876 Princeton Univ. conferred A.M. degree. From 1897 he 
was the Medical Supt. of the Morristown Memorial Hospital of 
which he was one of the original promoters, Consulting Phy. and 
Sur. of All Souls hospital, member of Morristown Co. Med. socy. 
from its organization, Director of First National Bank for years. 
He married 9-20-1865 Anna E., dau. David L. and Almira (Peck) 
Barton, b. 10-4-1837; d. 10-21-1926. 

Issue born in Morristown, N. J. 

721 George b 7-16-1867 d 4-19-1872 unm 

722 b d 

536 Lester W. was a farmer and married Agnes Miller. 

Issue born in Clinton, N. Y. 

723 Lester b d unm 


537 George Albert was a farmer and married Julia 

Bartlet. b. ; d. 1-11-1885. 

Issue born in Clinton, N. Y. 

724 Arthur Julian b 5-31-1874 d 1-22-1914 


538 Edward was a successful farmer and married 4-2-1879 
Kate, dau. Wm. and Emily (Finn) Wood. b. 7-24-1858; d. 






148 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


Issue born in Clinton, N. Y. 


725 Frank b 1-10-1881 d 

726 Frances E. b 2-24-1882 d 

m 9-8-1909 Edwin K. Draper 

727 Florence L. b 1-19-1890 d 

m 6-6-1918 Rembert Barrett 

728 Elsie b 1-20-1896 d 

m 11-14-1918 Harry Hassel 

543 Henry Lucius was a farmer and married 1846 

Amanda E., dau. Stafford and Betsey (Wilcox) Dawley. 


Issue born in Clinton, N. Y. 


729 

730 

731 


Helen Louisa b 
m 6-5-1865 
Henry Lucius jr. b 
Coralia A. b 

m 3-27-1884 


8-21-1847 d 
Wm. H. Sanford 
4-11-1850 d 
6-15-1865 d 
Augustus Clough 


6-24-1884 
10-6-1872 unm 


559 William in 1886 moved to Orange, Mich, where he had 
a farm, thence in 1920 to Hubbardston, Mich. He married 3-25- 
1880 Emma M. Taggert. 

Issue born in Girard, Pa. 

732 Fred b d 1898 unm 

733 Donald b d 

734 b 1886 d 1886 unm 


565 Clarence is a printer and a card and novelty dealer, was 
postmaster during Pres. Cleveland’s term. He married 
Minnie G. Bartholomew. 


Issue born in N. Branford, Conn. 

735 b d 

736 b d 

737 b d 

738 b d 







EDWARD OF BRANFORD, CONN. 


149 


576 Willard M. was Supervisor for 8 years. Has a painting 
and paper hanging business. He married 11-28-1900 Marion, 
dau. Egbert and Mary (Wilder) Bracy. b. 3-9-1876; d. 

Issue born in New Haven, N. Y. 

739 Schuyler Munson b 9-16-1901 d 9-18-1920 unm 

579 Claude Sidney is a ranchman and married 8-31-1904 
Sarah, dau. Adam H. and Ella ( ) Byerly. b. 4-25- 

1882; d. 

Issue born in Tacoma, Wash. 

740 Claude b 1905 d 


601 Martin Wright first tried book selling then became a suc¬ 
cessful photographer. He married 8-30-1851 Frances J., dau. 
Chauncey and Augusta (Sexton) Chapin, b. 9-30-1829; d. 
10-11-1910; 

Issue born in Texas and Michigan 


740a 

b 

c 

d 


Laverna Adella b 
She became a 
m 3-15-1885 
Charles Wright b 
Cora Augusta b 

m 

Albert Martin b 


11-25-1857 d 

noted actress. 
Alonzo Hertig 
8-19-1859 d 

5-3-1862 d 

Thos. C. Ouillette 
3-26-1869 d 


No issue 


10-24-1860 unm 
4-4-1926 


603 Julius was a prosperous farmer and married 

Issue born in 

740e Cora b d 

f Elizabeth b d 

g Edward W. b d 

605 Orville Jay served in the Civil war, later becoming a suc¬ 
cessful farmer, injuries received in the war prevented him from 
continuing the farm, so being a musician, he sold and tuned piano 
and organs, making a good living. He married 10-7-1868 




BARKER GENEALOGY 


1 S° 

Frances, dau. Calvin B. and Della R. (Brewer) Whitcomb, b. 
7-15-1849; d. 


Issue born in Oriskany Falls, N. Y. 


74oh Caroline B. b 

m 6-24-1903 
i Herbert Jerome b 
j Earl Whitcomb b 
k Edith B. b 

m 3-1-1901 
1 Edgar Calvin b 
m Lorena B. b 

m 9 ~ 3 ~ I 9 I 3 


9-1-1872 d 

Geo. M. Rackcliffe 
3-31-1874 d 

8-3 i ~ i 875 d 

2-1-1877 d 

Henry V. Goodell 
11-5-1882 d 

12-31-1889 d 

Chas. R. Hale 


1877 unm 


606 Munson Orrin was a farmer and surveyor, ran a grist 
mill for many years. He married 12-31-1851 Adaline B., dau. 
James H. and Miriam (Lowell) Rawson. b. 4-2-1828; d. 2-19- 
1916. 

Issue born in Nunda, N. Y. 


741 Lavillo b 

742 Flora J. b 

m 1-20-1874 

743 Lillian A. b 

m 2-8-1881 

744 Herbert S. b 


12-3-1853 d 

11-11-1855 d 

Jacob S. Veeley 
1-10-1858 d 

Victor T. Craig 
1-15-1863 d 


9-12-1854 unm 


607 Orlando Washington was a farmer and a bee keeper. He 
married 5-21-1857 Mary E., dau. Alfred and Gertrude (Pittenger) 
Swain, b. 2-10-1835; d. 1-4-1903. 

Issue born in Nunda, N. Y. 

745 Sarah Quelle 10-30-1859 d 

m 9-2-1888 Wm. R. Durfee 

746 Ethel May b 1-28-1864 d 2-19-1895 

m 1886 Dr. C. T. Hood 


609 Justus LeRoy was graduated from Eastman Business 
College, a farmer, often inspector of elections. He married 
12-10-1857 Olive L., dau. Richard and Lovina (Bennett) Bowen, 
b. 3-25-1837; d. 9-8-1912. 


EDWARD OF BRANFORD, CONN. 


151 

Issue born in Nunda, N. Y. 

747 Mertye Ella b 11-10-1860 d 6-27-1922 

m 2-8-1888 Henry L. Gormol 

748 Fred LeRoy b 6-11-1874 d unm 

749 Ernest Durfee b 10-16-1876 d 


611 Laurens M. was a farmer and hop grower. He married 
1-3-1862 Phebe Barker. 

Issue born in Oriskany Falls, N. Y. 

750 Charles H. b 7-13-1864 d 


616 Albert Newell served in the Civil war in Third N. Y. 
Vols., was Justice of Peace, Village trustee, Asso. Justice of the 
Court of Sessions several years, appointed Postmaster by Pres. 
Cleveland. He married 4-13-1861 Mary J., dau. Simon and Sarah 
( ) Hinton, b. 1-1-1839; d. 


Issue born in Hamlin and Spencerport, N. Y. 


751 

William George 

b 

12-25-1861 

d 



752 

Charles Albert 

b 

3-12-1868 

d 

1-1-1891 

unm 

753 

Sara Emeline 

b 

2-12-1871 

d 


m 8-25-1900 

Edw. P. Fosmire 



754 

Simeon Hinton 

b 

12-9-1878 

d 

6-13-1882 

unm 

755 

Judson Olle 

b 

9-22-1880 

d 

1-2-1881 

unm 


621 Augustus was a farmer and married 10-4-1854 Adaliza, 
dau. John and Catherine (Lord) Hubbell. b. 11-22-1835; d. 



Issue born 

in Tidioute, 

Pa. 


756 

Frank Edward 

b 12-27-1856 

d 

10-25-1889 

757 

John Maynard 

b 

1-4-1859 

d 

1-13-1870 

758 

Orrin Hubbell 

b 

5-17-1860 

d 

8-11-1923 

759 

Walter Amos 

b 

d 

760 

Edson Wetherly 

b 

10-6-1870 

d 


761 

Charles Tracy 

b 

8-11-1873 

d 


762 

William Francis 

b 

1-13-1875 

d 

1920 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


*5* 

622 Edwin Wright was a farmer, moving to Petroleum Center, 
Pa. in 1865. He married 9-3-1855 Jane E., dau. John and Mercy 
(Brown) Groves, b. 1-28-1833; d. 8-22-1905. 

Issue born in Nunda, N. Y. 

763 Julia Isabelle b 11-10-1857 d 

m 11-26-1879 Harry E. Norris 

764 Bertha May b 4-6^1862 d 12-12-1914 unm 


624 James Stebbins was a farmer and married 8-11-1862 
Josephine Yonells. 

Issue born in Nunda, N. Y. 

765 Ellen May b 5-15-1863 d 2-15-1864 unm 


632 Newton S. is a lumberman and builder. He married 
1874 Mary Clute. b. ; d. ; married (2) 

Mrs Phillips, b. ; d. ; married (3) 

Jessie Andrus. 


Issue born in Nunda, N. Y. 


766 Asa J. 

767 Mary Jane 

m 

768 Arthur 


b 10-11-1875 d 

b 8-11-1877 d 

Wm. Altoft 
b 3-11-1879 d 


639 John W. built “Sachem Head House” in 1879 as a summer 
resort in Sachem Head, Conn. He married 


Issue born in Guilford, Conn. 


769 Charles A. b d 

770 Harriet b d 

771 Charlotte b d 

772 William b d 

773 Edward b d 


EDWARD OF BRANFORD, CONN. 


153 


640 Samuel P. was a farmer and married 


Issue bom in Guilford, Conn. 


774 

Elizabeth 

b 

d 

775 

Jane 

b 

d 

776 

Lena 

b 

d 

777 

Wilson 

b 

d 

778 

Ernest 

b 

d 


641 James P. was a farmer and married 

Issue born in 


779 James P. jr. b d 

780 Caroline b d 

781 Samuel b d 

782 Harriet b d 

647 Charles E. married Rose Potter. 

Issue born in 

783 George b d 


649 Charles D. married 

Issue born in 

784 Vivian b d y unm 

650 Fred B. married 

Issue born in 

785 Charles b 10-5-1891 d 

786 Pearl b 9-20-1896 d 


655 Herbert Jay is a civil engineer and married 2-13-1895 
Lottie E., dau. Linden L. and Sarah C. (Van Sicklen) Parr. b. 
2-23-1869; d. 


*54 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


Issue born in Brooklyn, N. Y. 


787 Florence Ethel b 6-23-1898 d 

m 6-31-1923 Herbert B. Nichols 

788 Frances Louise b 8-31-1901 d 

m 9-17-1921 Bertram E. Smith 

789 Janet McCreary b 4-9-1903 d 

m 6-31-1923 Harold T. Stratton 

790 Herbert Jay jr. b 7-31-1910 d 7-10-1916 unm 


659 Russel David married 11-29-1905 Bertha D. Smith. 


Issue born in Brooklyn, N. Y. 


791 John Jay b 8-10-1906 d 

792 Horace D. b 10-14-1907 d 



793 Anna Susie 

m 
2 m 

794 James Frank 

795 Bertrand 

796 Bertha 

m 


9-25-1871 d 
James Bates 
Wm. McHugh 
10-29-1872 d 


b 

b 

b 


d 

d 


unm 


Edw. Walton 


667 Robert Seldon married 1873 Sarah Piker. 


Issue born in 


797 Mary 

798 John 

799 Mildred 


b 

b 

b 


d 

d 

d 


668 Frank George is a ranchman and married 10-17-1894 Ida 


M. Keith. 


Issue born in Golden Bluff, Kan. 


800 John Frank b 5-11-1898 d 


EDWARD OF BRANFORD, CONN. 


*55 


686 Earle Wright married 7-25-1916 Nellie F. Douglas. 


Issue born in California 


801 

Dorothy Margaret b 

5-13-1917 

d 

802 

Winifred Ella b 

7-24-1919 

d 

803 

Robert Douglas b 

4-21-1921 

d 


EIGHTH GENERATION 
689 William was a farmer and married 

Issue born in Middletown Springs, Vt. 
804 b d 


690 David a man of rare tact and ability, the genial host of 
the Valley House, a fine horseman, did much to establish good 
roads, many terms Road Com. He married 10-17-1882 Antha, 
dau. Reuben and Hannah (Norton) Mehuron. 

Issue born in Middletown Springs, Vt. 

805 Elroy A. b 6-14-1892 d 


695 Lyman Munson was a farmer and married 9-17-1856 
Clarissa, dau. Marion and Jane (Phelps) Hopkins, b. 10-23- 
1837; d. 


Issue born in Pittsford, N. Y. 


806 

Frank 

b 

4-14-1858 d 

807 

Emma Agusta 

b 

3-13-1860 d 


m 1-3- 

1897 

John F. Steyner 

808 

David Lyman 

b 

6-1-1868 d 

809 

George Hopkins 

b 

6-25-1870 d 


4-2-1859 unm 


696 William Henry was a farmer and married 2-7-1860 
Clarinda Eckler. 




BARKER GENEALOGY 


156 


Issue born in Pittsford, N. Y. 

810 Franklin b 6-4-1865 d 4-2-1916 

811 Sarah Belle b 1-6-1869 d 

812 Mary Clarinda b 4-23-1871 d 

m 1-8-1896 Henry C. Knickerbocker 

813 Lillian Matilda b 5-12-1874 d 3-17-1889 unm 


697 George Riley was a farmer and married 12-23-1861 Susan 
Thornell. 

Issue born in Pittsford, N. Y. 

814 Clara b 7-29-1863 d 2-10-1868 unm 

815 Charles b 5-21-1866 d 2-12-1868 unm 


698 Benjamin Franklin was a farmer and married 12-14-1864 
Marietta Eckler. 


816 Albert 

817 Ida 

m 

818 Oliver 

819 Mary 

m 


Issue born in Pittsford, N. Y. 


b 

b 

b 

b 


d 

d 

Chas. Stoutenberg 

d 

d 

Elmer Bander 


1917 


699 Newman was a prosperous farmer and married 5-22-1868 
Caroline Druse. 


Issue born in Pittsford, N. Y. 


820 

821 

822 

823 

824 

825 

826 

827 


John D. 
Dora 

m 

Ella 

Mary 

m 

Charles 

Edward 

Florence 

m 

Clarence 


b 

b 

3-29-1892 

b 

b 

2-25-1897 

b 

b 

b 

10-8-1919 
Eugene b 


8- 29-1868 d 

9- 10-1870 d 

Alvin Nye 

1-27-1872 d 

4-27-1874 d 

Edwin Thornell 

1- 16-1876 d 

2- 11-1878 d 

7-11-1880 d 

Geo. Jackson 
12-19-1882 d 


3-1-1902 


701 Clarence David was a farmer and married 2-1-1871 
Frances Rogers. 








EDWARD OF BRANFORD, CONN. 


1 57 


Issue born in Pittsford, N. Y. 

828 Florence b 11-28--1874 d 3-13-1903 unm 

829 Clara b 8-18-1876 d 

m 12-5-1897 Fred Ernest 


715 William Inghram married 1-28-1880 Emma Mahan. 
12-30-1856; d. 


Issue born in 


b. 


830 Phebe Caroline b 

831 John Sanger b 

832 Marshall Warded b 

m 2-16-1915 

833 Ella Spanton b 

m 12-15-1914 


9-11-1881 d 

9-18-1884 d 

6-10-1891 d 

Gladys A. Long 
5-30-1894 d 

Wm. H. Wilkinson 


6-11-1882 unm 
No issue 


724 Arthur Julian was a farmer and married 2-21-1900 Mabel, 
dau. Jonathan and Caroline (Hassam) Howe. b. 5-14-1875; d. 

Issue born in Clinton, N. Y. 

834 Linn Julian b 10-27-1902 d 7-11-1927 unm 

835 Wellington Atlee b 4-28-1906 d 

725 Frank Wood is a farmer and fruit grower. He married 
12-31-1902 Clara, dau. Wm. and Eliz. (Joy) Dennison, b. 3-14- 
1883; d. 9-16-1910; married (2) 8-14-1911 Anna, dau. Wm. and 
Margaret (Jackson) Campbell, b. 10-4-1883; d. 

Issue born in Clinton, N. Y. 

836 Howard D. b 10-24-1904 d 

837 Helen E. b 2-26-1907 d 

733 Donald married 

Issue born in 

838 William b d 

839 Robert b d 

740d Albert Martin is in the curative spring water business 
and married 3-23-1892 Flora E. Halliday. b. 10-2-1871; d. 



BARKER GENEALOGY 


158 


Issue born in Chicago, Ill. 

839a Vira Della b 7-18-1894 d 

m 1920 R. J. Huston 


744 Herbert S. is a prosperous farmer and married 1-30-1886 
Blanche E., dau. Jerry W. and Abbie (Prescott) Chandler, b. 
12-24-1862; d. 

Issue born in Nunda, N. Y. 

840 Ray Chandler b 5-29-1887 d 


749 Ernest Durfee is a farmer and married 2-8-1900 Alida J. 


Thompson. 


Issue born in Nunda, N. Y. 


841 Olive L. 

842 Eva M. 

843 Ralph 

844 J. LeRoy 


b 10-7-1901 
b 4-26-1903 
b 12-26-1907 
b 12-8-1909 


d 

d 

d 5-11-1922 unm 
d 


751 William George is a successful blacksmith and married 
9-24-1892 Lottie M., dau. Riley A. and Charlotte (Brown) 
Spencer, b. 6-9-1861; d. 

Issue born in Spencerport, N. Y. 

845 Veda b 4-11-1893 d 

846 Charles Albert b 1-31-1894 d 

847 William Spencer b 4-26-1896 d 

848 Mary Emily b 6-17-1901 d 

m 5-25-1921 Chas. G. Smith 


1893 unm 
2-14-1900 unm 


756 Frank Edward was killed, while working on an oil well. 
He married Mary A. Warner, b. 8-5-1862; d. 

Issue born in 

849 Gertrude King b 12-5-1884 d 

m 11-8-1916 Leland W. Griffin 

850 Adelaide b 10-7-1886 d 

m 10-28-1902 Frederick Cogswell 











EDWARD OF BRANFORD, CONN. 


159 


758 Orrin Hubbell was with the Standard Oil Co. several 
years in So. America and Sumatra. He married 


851 

Issue born in 

b 

d 

766 

Asa J. is a farmer and married 

Eva Rinnberg, 


Issue born in Nunda, N. 

Y. 

852 

Mary b 

d 

853 

Violet b 

d 

769 

Charles married 



Issue born in Wallingford, 

Conn. 

854 

b 

d 

855 

b 

d 

856 

b 

d 

857 

b 

d 

858 

b 

d 


794 James Frank is a ranchman and married 6-24-1906 Ella V. 
Brown. 

Issue born in Everett, Wash. 

859 Ruth Brown b 1-30-1908 d 


NINTH GENERATION 

809 George Hopkins is a dealer in Auto tractors, thrashers 
etc. in Rochester, N. Y. He married 1-3-1894 Eva, dau. Rich, 
and Romaine (Wilmarth) Smead. b. 7-15-1868; d. 

Issue born in Pittsford, N. Y. 

860 Arlo Smead b 3-24-1898 d 8-18-1910 unm 

861 Clarissa Romaine b 1-26-1903 d 

m Acie Gillis 

862 Emma Lou b 9-1-1904 d 


l6o BARKER GENEALOGY 

831 John Sanger is a farmer and married 3-13-1908 Arlia, 
dau. Granville and Alida (Weeks) Lapham. b. 9-24-1885; d. 

Issue born in Clinton, N. Y. 

863 Emma A. b 11-18-1909 d 

864 John W. b 7-31-1910 d 

865 Clara M. b 5-26-1912 d 

847 William Spencer is an electrical engineer, and served as 
2cd. Lt. in the Balloon service in France in the World’s war. He 
married 4-17-1922 Antoinette, dau. James and Maria A. ( ) 

McClure, b. 1-6-1895; d. 

Issue born in Hartford, Conn. 

866 William Spencer b 11-11-1925 d 







ROBERT OF PLYMOUTH COLONY 

























































































































ROBERT OF PLYMOUTH COLONY, 

MASS. 


The link between the lines of Robert Barker of Plymouth 
Colony, his brother John of Duxbury, Mass, and the English 
ancestors is clearly shown by the coat-of-arms used by these 
brothers and their father in England. This coat-of-arms was 
found on the seal on a deed signed by Robert’s descendants of 
Scituate, Mass, in 1694 and was originally granted to Robert of 
Kent, England when knighted by James I. in 1602. The arms 
were described in heraldic terms as; Barry of ten or and sable, 
over all a bend gules. Crest: Out of a ducal coronet, an Eagle 
displayed sable, beaked and legged gules. Robert jr. bore the 
same arms as his father but his brother John differenced his by 
“Over all a bend or.” 

This connecting link has caused an intensive search among the 
records to the earliest known English ancestor and briefly brought 
down to the present day. 

THE PRINCIPAL VISITATIONS OF SHROPSHIRE, 
England commenced the pedigree of the BARKER family with 
Randulph de Calverhall, tenant in fee of the Manor of Calverhall 
in 1200, his son was William Fitz-Ralph de Calverhall, of Blanc- 
minster in 1219, his son was William de Calverhall 1255, his son 
was William de Calverhall 1284, his son was Randulph or Richard 
de Calverhall 1319; “In the summer of 1278, a royal writ by 
Edward I. ordered all freeholders who held lands to the value of 
twenty pounds to receive knighthood,” so Randulph de Calverhall 
bore the first known Barker arms, described as; Azure, 5 escallops 
in cross, or. Crest, on a rock argent, a Falcon close, or. 

Randulph’s son was William de Calverhall: “The Manor of 
Calverhall in the time of Edward II. formed part of the posses¬ 
sions of Bartholomew de Badlesmere, upon whose attender and 
execution the tenants of the Manor would share in his disgrace 
and fall. William de Calverhall seems to have fled southwards, 
and reappeared at Hallon, under the name of William de Barker. 
The name Calverhall, after being dropped by the family for more 
than 200 years, appears to have been resumed as an alias upon 
their resuming connections with the north of the county, where, 


164 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


besides land in Goulston, they became possessed of estates at 
Wolverton, Colchurst, etc. upon which the elder branches settled, 
while the younger, according to the custom of the Manor, con¬ 
tinued to hold Aston in Calverley. 

William de Calverhali now was William le Barker of Hallon, 
his son was Roger le Barker, died 1368, his son was William 
Barker of Hallon, died 1411, his son was Henry Barker of Hallon, 
died 1438, his son was William of Hallon, died 1480, his son was 
John of Hallon, 1507, his son was John of Aston 1531, his son was 
Humphrey of Aston 1538, his son was William of Claverly, who 
married Margaret, dau. and heir of John Goulston of Goulston, 
parish Cheswardine, England, their son William of Colchurst 
married Joan, dau. of Wm. Horne, their son John of Colchurst 
married Eliz., dau. of Hugh Sandford, their son George of Col¬ 
churst married Catherine, dau. Thos. Bulkeley, their son Robert 
married Catherine, dau. of Geo. Ackworth of Kent. Their sons 
John and Robert were said to have gone to New England about 
1628-30. 

Robert Barker and his brother John were among the early 
adventurers in Plymouth, Mass., being young men of some means, 
they soon became dissatisfied with the dull life they were leading 
and resolved to start out into the wilderness for a new home. 
They took a negro as an assistant, bought a boat at Plymouth and 
sailed along the coast until they came to the Great River (later 
North River) which they entered and sailed up to the Namas- 
sakeeset stream. Arriving at Indian Pond, in the late autumn 
and deeming this place to meet the requirements for their purpose 
of establishing a Trading Post, they built a hut for the winter 
and as soon as Spring came commenced their house in what is 
now the town of Pembroke, Mass. This house was built of flat 
stones, laid in clay mortar and covered with shed roof. It was 
15 feet square, 6 ft. high, and containing but one room with a 
huge fireplace, later a frame addition was made and the home was 
used by descendants of the family until after 1883. It was 
adapted for defense as well as trading, the strength of the build¬ 
ing, its central position, the existence of a well within its walls, 
caused it to be made a Garrison-House during King Philip’s war 
in 1679, ^e old port holes existed until the house was taken down 
a few years ago. Your historian treasures some strips of wall 
paper and an old shingle taken from this house, which is claimed 


BARKER HOUSE AT PEMBROKE, MASS. 




























I 






ROBERT OF PLYMOUTH COLONY 


by the people of Pembroke, Mass, to be the oldest dwelling house 
in the United States. 

Robert was a bricklayer in 1640 and bought 40 acres of upland 
that year, was part owner of the ferry his brother ran in 1641, 
also bought 100 acres in Marshfield, Mass., was a member of the 
Marshfield military co. under Lt. Nathaniel Thomas in 1643, was 
surveyor of Marshfield in 1645, 1648 and of Duxbury 1654, 1672, 
1677, 1679; Constable of Marshfield 1646, also its Grand juryman 
1669. was admitted freeman 6-6-1654, took the oath of fidelity in 
1659, was credited with changing the spelling of the old form 
Barkar to Barker. 

He was licensed 7-7-1646 to keep an inn in Marshfield to retail 
wine, which he cancelled 6-5-1666. The Court at Plymouth, Mass, 
on 3-5-1668 granted him gy 2 acres of meadow at Robinson’s 
Creek, North River, Duxbury. He prospered in his new home 
and left at his death in 1691, L 142, is, 11 d. He married 
Lucy, dau. John and Ann ( ) Williams. 



Issue born in 

Marshfield and Duxbury, 

Mass. 

2 

Isaac 

b 

1640 

d 

1710 

3 

Rebecca 

b 


d 

1697 


m 


Wm. Snow 


4 

Francis 

b 


d 

1720 

5 

Robert 

b 

2-27-1650 

d 

9-25-1729 

6 

Abigail 

b 


d 

5-11-1718 


m 


Joseph Rogers 





SECOND GENERATION 


2 Isaac was 

surveyor of Duxbury in 1674, constable in 1687 

and a well to do farmer. He married 12-28-1665 Judith, dau. of 
Gov. Thos. of the Plymouth Colony and Mary (Collier) Prence. 


Issue born in Duxbury, Mass. 


7 Samuel 

b 9-2-1667 d 

2-1-1739 

8 Isaac 

b d 

5-7-1754 

9 Robert 

b 1673 d 

9-6-1765 

10 Francis 

b d 

1694 unm 

11 Rebecca 

b d 

m 

John Keen 





i66 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


12 

Mary 

m 

b 

3-2-1678 c 

Crosby 


2 m 

1716 

Josiah Miller 

13 

Martha 

b 

1680 d 

14 

Lydia 

b 

d 

15 

Jabez 

b 

1685 c 

16 

Judith 

b 

c 


m 

7-18-1713 

Daniel Howland 

1 7 

Bathsheba 

b 

c 

m 

12-4-1718 

John Howland 


2-15-1772 


4 Francis was especially active in the civic affairs of the 
colony; in 1686 he was appointed to treat with Scituate, Mass, 
about the division of a tract of land in dispute with Duxbury, 
was a deputy to the General Court at Plymouth in 1686, 1694, 
1701, 1703, was Selectman of Duxbury in 1685-86, was Constable 
in 1689, was commissioned an ensign 10-2-1689. He built and 
operated the first iron furnace in America in 1702, in 1713 he 
had gained sufficient wealth to rank as “Gentleman.” He married 

1- 5-1675 Mary, dau. Thos. and Margaret (Langer) Lincoln, b. 

2- 10-1648; d. . His son Elisha was a Capt. of a com¬ 

pany of Indians, in the expedition against Port Royal, 1710 in 
which he died. 


Issue born in Duxbury, Mass. 


18 Francis 

19 Joshua 

20 Elizabeth 

m 

21 Josiah 

m 

22 Francis 

23 Ruth 

m 

24 Thomas 

25 Elisha 

26 Ebenezer 

27 Isaac 


b 

b 

b 

b 


b 

b 

10-24-1706 

b 

b 

b 

b 


10-9-1675 d 
11-16-1676 d 
10-21-1677 d 
Jonathan Bryant 
9-21-1679 d 

Sarah Macomber 
10-18-1681 d 
1-21-1683 d 
Cornelius Briggs 
1686 d 
d 
d 
d 


10-29-1675 unm 
unm 

4-17-1711 

1718 
No issue 

1733 


1734 

1710 unm 
4-10-1756 
12-5-1725 


5 Robert was a yeoman and was made Lieut. 10-4-1675, later 
owned in 1681 a saw mill run by the water power in the brook 
by the family home, in 1684 he owned a farm in Pudding Brook 






ROBERT OF PLYMOUTH COLONY 


167 


and built a dam there in 1693, was Constable in 1685 and surveyor 
in 1687, he also owned land in Rhode Island. He married 


Alice 

; married (2) 10-7-1705 Mrs. Phebe Marsh. 


Issue born in Duxbury and Scituate, 

Mass. 

28 

Abigail 

b 

8-24-1682 d 



m 

2-8-1709 

Wm. Carr 



2 m 

1716 

Michael Wanton 


29 

James 

b 

1-1-1684 d 

7-16-1718 

30 

Caleb 


5-24-1685 d 

8 - 2 5 -! 77 2 

3 i 

Deborah 

b 

12-7-1686 d 


m 

2-13-1707 

Prince Howland 



2 m 

1720 

Benj. Keen 


32 

Susannah 

b 

12-20-1689 d 

7-II-I769 

33 

Robert 

b 

7-5-1693 d 

1759 

34 

Alice 

b 

6-3-1695 d 

12-4-1778 

m 

6-5-1712 

Mathew Estes 


35 

Lydia 

b 

9-5-1697 d 

2-20-1776 


m 

4-2-1728 

Ebenezer Stetson 



THIRD GENERATION 

7 Samuel was constable in Duxbury in 1693, a bricklayer and 
farmer, in 1726 was licensed by County Court as ferryman 
between “houses hole and woodses hole,” fees, ‘man or woman 3 
sh. horse 3 sh. ox 5 s. every other beast 4 s.’ He married 11-22- 
1711 Deborah, dau. John and Mary (Perry) Wing. b. 8-21-1686; 
d. 1717; married (2) 1-21-1718 Bethiah, dau. John and 

Mary (Barnard) Folger. b. 11-24-1692; d. 1-29-1774. 


Issue born in Duxbury and Sandwich, Mass. 


36 

Deborah 

m 

b 

8-15-1738 

d 

Jonathan Burnell 

1-30-1792 

37 

Judith 

b 

1-12-1720 

d 

8-4-1739 unm 

38 

Robert 

b 

2-23-1722 

d 

4-26-1780 

39 

Samuel 

b 

12-14-1725 

d 

6-22-1801 

40 

Josiah 

b 

7-17-1728 

d 

7-21-1803 


8 Isaac was a cordwainer and merchant; his farm supplied 
cheese, meat and corn, had a grist mill, was an extensive land 




i68 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


owner, laid out roads, erected waterworks and taking much interest 
in civic affairs, was also a great reader. In 1740 his mind became 
unbalanced by the eloquence of the famous preacher Whitefield 
and his son Peleg was appointed his guardian in 1742. He was 
a member of the Society of Friends and married 10-23-1707 Eliz., 
dau. Rev. Peleg and Mary (Holden) Slocum, b. 2-12-1689; d. 
8-18-1774. 




Issue born 

in Duxbury, Mass. 


41 

Mary 

b 

8-1-1708 d 



m 


Bennett 


42 

Sylvester 

b 

5-11-1710 d 

3-5-1801 


m 

10-3-1751 Capt. Jos. Josselyn 


43 

Peleg 

b 

8-11-1712 d 

1-27-1784 

44 

Prince 

b 

2-9-1716 d 

45 

Elizabeth 

b 

12-9-1719 d 

4-10-1780 

m 

4-14-1752 

Samuel Gould 


46 

Lydia 

b 

8-15-1724 _ d 

8-15-1754 


m 

7-25-1745 

Nathaniel Little 



9 Robert was a farmer and blacksmith. He married 4-1-1697 
Hannah, dau. Edw. and Eliz. ( ) Wanton, b. 7-25-1677; 

d. 8-16-1726. 


47 Isaac 
4,8 Mary 

49 Margaret 

50 Edward 

51 Micheal 


Issue born in Scituate, Mass. 


b 3-15-1699 d 

b 5-13-1701 d 

b 4-18-1704 d 

b d 

b d 


15 Jabez was a wheelwright, moving to Dartmouth in 1703, 
where he served many years as town clerk, he still retained prop¬ 
erty and real estate in Duxbury for many years. He married 
2-6-1710 Rebecca, dau. Jos. and Eliz. ( ) Russell, b. 

1-3-1688; d. 5-24-1764. 

Issue born in Dartmouth, Mass. 

b 5-30-1711 d 

b 7 - 5 -I 7 I 3 d 

b 5-10-1715 d 


52 Constant 

53 Hannah 

54 Joseph 


ROBERT OF PLYMOUTH COLONY 


169 


55 

Seth 

b 

8-15-1717 

d 

56 

Frances 

b 

1-29-1720 

d 

57 

Isaac 

b 

2-21-1723 

d 

58 

Jabez 

b 

8-29-1725 

d 


22 Francis was a cordwainer and ‘master shipwright,’ also 
had a foundry, by 1726 he had attained the rank of ‘gentleman.’ 
He married 12-28-1710 Mary, dau. David and Sarah (Cushing) 
Jacob, b. 7-15-1692; d. 11-22-1775; 


Issue born in Pembroke, Mass. 


59 

Joshua 

b 

8-26-1711 d 

1-1-1785 


60 

Francis 

b 

1714 d 6-16-1795 


61 

Mary 

b 

d 

y 

unm 

62 

David 

b 

d 

y 

unm 

63 

Sarah 

b 

d 

y 

unm 

64 

Deborah 

b 

d 


m 

7 -I 5 -I 74 I 

Col. John Cushing 



65 

Lucy 

b 

d 

y 

unm 

66 

Lucy 

b 

d 

y 

unm 

6 7 

Lucy 

b 

d 




m 

6-15-1744 

Onesimus Macomber 




2 m 

I- 9 -I 759 

Simeon Curtis 



68 

Sylvia 

b 

d 

y 

unm 


24 Thomas was a mason in Plymouth, Mass, in 1711, moving 
to Pembroke, Mass, before 1713, in 1732 he ranked as ‘gentleman’ 
and in 1733 was a Magistrate. He married 5-22-1712 Bethia, 
dau. Isaac and Bethia (Thomas) Little, b. 12-26-1694; d. 10-9- 


1751 


Issue born 

in Pembroke, 

Mass. 

69 

Thomas 

b 

2-13-1713 

d 12-10-1789 

70 

Bethiah 

b 

9-17-1715 

d 11-20-1790 


m 


Gen. John Winslow 

71 

Nathan 

b 

12-16-1716 

d 11-30-1722 unm 

72 

Abigail 

b 

7-11-1718 

d 2-11-1795 


m 

10-11-1746 

Joshua (59) 

73 

Eliza 

b 

6-14-1720 

d 11-28-1722 unm 

74 

Elizabeth 

b 

I-I 7 -I 724 

d 1-21-1804 

75 

Nathaniel 

b 

12-26-1726 

d 9-27-1735 unm 

76 

William 

b 

7 -I-I 729 

d 7-13-1729 unm 



170 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


26 Ebenezer was a housewright at Scituate, Mass, in 1718, 
thence to Pembroke, Mass, by 1738, twice Moderator of Pembroke 
Town meeting, also clerk of the market, he sold 1/8 part of the 
sawmill he owned in Herring-brook in 1743. He married xx-x- 
1710 Deborah, dan. Isaac and Deborah (Buck) Randall, b. 8-23- 
1693; d. 8-7-1768. 


Issue born in Scituate, Mass. 


77 Deborah 

m 

78 Elizabeth 

m 

79 Elisha 

80 Ruth 

m 

81 Josiah 


6-7-1729 

b 

8-17-1736 

b 

b 

2-24-1743 

b 


12-25-1711 _ d 1773 

Anthony Winslow 
2-9-1713 d 2-7-1788 

Seth Bryant 

9-5-17x5 d 10-18-1781 

d 

John Baker 

1724 d 6-15-1774 


27 Isaac was a husbandman, then in 1720 owned and kept an 
inn where he was a genial host. He married 8-31-1719 Hannah 
Barker. 

Issue born in Abington, Mass. 


82 Hannah 

83 Elizabeth 

84 Ebenezer 

85 Isaac 

86 Mary 


b 5-20-1720 d 

b 5-20-1720 d 

b 5-12-1721 d 

b d 

b d 


29 James 

was a carpenter and married 1710 Hannah, 

dau. Daniel and Mary ( 

) Allen. 




Issue born 

in Abington, 

Mass. 

87 

James 

b 

2-5-17x1 

d 

88 

Alice 

b 

6-3-1713 

d 

89 

Daniel 

b 

5-23-1714 

d 

90 

George 

b 

5-16-1716 

d 

91 

Stephen 

b 

4-8-1718 

d 1738 unm 

9 2 

Lydia 

b 

4-8-1718 

d 


30 Caleb was a founder and ‘cast bells for meeting-houses, 
from smaller to even one of two thousand weight,’ in 1732 moving 
to Hanover, thence in 1763 at Harpswell and Pownalboro, Me. 



ROBERT OF PLYMOUTH COLONY 


171 

was Selectman of Hanover, Mass, in 1734 and town treasurer. 
He married 1-18-1709 Ann, dau. John and Waite ( ) 

Carr, Ison of Gov. Caleb Carr), b. 1689; d. 5-11-1769. 


Issue born in Scituate, Mass. 


93 

Robert 

b 

3-27-1712 

d 

2-9-1796 

94 

John 

b 

8-15-1714 

d 


95 

Elizabeth 

b 

3-17-17*7 

d 

10-21-1724 unm 

96 

Caleb 

b 

10-29-1719 

d 

9-28-1742 unm 

97 

Joshua 

b 

2-22-1721 

d 

10-19-1724 unm 

98 

Gideon 

b 

12-22-1723 

d 

1-11-1798 

99 

Joshua 

b 

7-17-1726 

d 

8-19-1754 

100 

Charles 

b 

2-5-1729 

d 


IOI 

Ann 

b 

2-14-1730 

d 

5-1733 « nm 

102 

Hannah 

b 


d 

12 - 27-1795 


FOURTH GENERATION 

38 Robert was a prosperous farmer, moving in 1772 to Swan 
Island, Me. He married 2-16-1744 Jedidah, dau. James and 
Rachel (Brown) Chase, b. 2-15-1723; d. 8-14-1762; married 
(2) 4-11-1763 Mrs Sarah G., dau. Abishai and Sarah (Mayhew) 
Folger. b. 10-16-1739; d. 3-24-1833. 


Issue born in Nantucket, Mass, and Swan Isle, Me. 


103 

Judith 

m 

b 

2-4-1762 

2-24-1745 a 

Shubael Gardner 

1-20-1822 

I0 4 

Margaret 

m 

2 m 

b 

2-7-1765 

1808 

7 - 9-1747 
Paul Hussey 
Thos. Jenkins 

d 

3-10-1836 

105 

Lydia 

m 

b 

1-29-1767 

9-27-1749 
Francis Swain 

d 

9-8-1833 

106 

Mary 

b 

2-10-1752 

d 

1754 unm 

107 

Mary 

b 

1756 

d 

1763 unm 

108 

Robert 

b 

6-26-1757 

d 

00 

hH 

1 

M 

1 

M 

109 

James 

b 

n-n-1759 

d 

I-l6-l832 

no 

Francis 

b 

7-12-1762 

d 

I2-30-l8l2 

in 

John 

b 

3-3-1764 

d 

4-11-1764 unm 

112 

Hezekiah 

b 

3-8-1765 

d 

1-11-1795 

113 

Sarah 

m 

b 

5-8-1794 

10-1-1767 d 

Andrew Sigourney 

3-20-1795 

114 

Jedida 

m 

b 

7-9-1807 

12-3-1770 
Wm. Macy 

d 

12-11-1831 


172 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


115 Mary b 

m 4-8-1813 

2 m 12-30-1847 

116 Abraham b 

117 Isaac b 

118 Jacob b 


5- 30-1773 d 

Walter Allen 
Moses Farnum 

6- 18-1775 d 

2-16-1778 d 

12-17-1779 d 


1-31-1861 


8-13-1820 
8-5-1797 unm 
12-26-1871 


39 Capt. Samuel was a capt. of a packet and a man of prop¬ 
erty. He married 2-10-1747 Christian, dau. Bartlett and Judith 
(Bunker) Coffin, b. 6-18-1730; d. 5-7-1805. 


Issue born in Pembroke and Nantucket, Mass. 


119 

Phebe 

b 

9-27-1748 

d 

5-25-1825 

m 

3-11-1810 

Jonathan Wheeler 


120 

Prince 

b 

8-23-1750 

d 

8-11-1779 

121 

Elizabeth 

b 

7-14-1752 

d 

5-28-1819 


m 


Ebenezer Bailey 


122 

Latham 

b 

3-1-1754 

d 

5-2-1824 

123 

Isaac 

b 

3~ I_I 754 

d 

10-20-1780 

124 

Peleg 

b 

1760 

d 

6-11-1816 

125 

Judith 

b 

1760 

d 

9-3-1845 

126 

Deborah 

b 

7-21-1770 

d 

9-4-1845 


40 Josiah was rich man and a great land owner on Nantucket 
island. He married 1753 Eliz., dau. Rich, and Mary (Star- 
buck) Mitchell, b. 8-12-1737; d. 4-9-1761; married (2) 3-11- 
1763 Mrs Eliz. Coffin, dau. Geo. and Eliz. ( ) Hussey, 

b. ; d. 6-13-1805. 


127 Hepsabeth 

m 

128 Eunice 

m 

Elizabeth 
m 

Josiah 
Samuel 

William Folger 
Sarah 


Issue born in Nantucket, Mass, 
b 


129 


130 

131 

132 

133 


5-24-1774 

b 

5-28-1778 

b 

3-29-1787 
b 
b 
b 
b 


12-16-1754 d 
Wm. Hammett 

3-3I-I757 d 
Peleg Coffin 
11-3-1764 d 
Benj. Rotch 
2-20-1766 d 
6-3-1771 d 

11-9-1783 d 

6-13-1787 d 


9-20-1798 

12-5-1838 

1858 

7- 13-1818 
6-10-1839 

8- 17-1794 unm 






ROBERT OF PLYMOUTH COLONY 


173 






43 Peleg was a husbandman, ‘a jolly soul, fond of fun and 
frolic/ He married 9-4-1731 Barsheba Manwaring. 


134 Robert 

135 Lydia 

136 Susanna 


Issue born in 

b 5 - 3-1734 d 
b 4-11-1738 d 
b 2-13-1749 d 


44 Prince was a husbandman and fruit grower, kind hearted 
and beloved by all, hospitable and social. He married 11-6-1746 
Abigail, dau. Benj. and Deborah (31) Keen. b. 2-6-1721; d. 
9-2-1790. 

Issue born in Pembroke, Mass. 


1 37 

Prince 

b 

10-6-1747 

138 

Isaac 

b 

5-1-1749 

139 

Abigail 

b 

1-29-1751 

140 

Deborah 

b 

1-29-1753 


m 

7 - 3 I-I 777 

Seth Briggs 

141 

Benjamin 

b 

9-30-1756 


d 6-24-1781 
d 12-15-1825 
d 1-7-1789 
d 

d 6-19-1837 


54 Joseph was a successful farmer and married 1-12-1738 
Rebecca, dau. Gershom and Rebecca (Ripley) Smith, b. 4-14- 
1711; d. 10-24-1792. 


Issue born in 


142 

143 


144 

145 


146 

147 

148 


Elizabeth 

m 

Ruth 

m 

Edward 

Phebe 

m 

Judith 

Abraham 

Joseph 


b 

1 - 5-1770 

b 

2- 7-1765 

b 

b 

9-21-1766 

b 

b 

b 


8-16-1738 d 

Increase Smith 
8-29-1740 d 

Wm. Hathaway 
4-20-1743 d 

8- 29-1745 d 

Stephen Sisson 

1- 31-1747 d 

2- 25-1750 d 

9 - 2 7 _I 754 d 


3-26-1769 
12-24-1756 unm 


1- 9-I797 

2- 6-1776 


56 Francis was a farmer and married 10-22-1747 Sarah, dau. 
Sam’l. and Sarah ( ) Howland, b. 8-31-1731; d. 


f 




J 74 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


Issue born in 

149 b d 

150 b d 


57 Capt. Isaac followed the sea, later being the Commander of 
a vessel that sailed for many years between Newport, R. I. and 
the West Indies, after accumulating a modest fortune, he bought 
a farm near Newport. In 1761 there being a great scarcity of 
salt, he was tempted by his old employers to make a voyage, his 
son Michael entreated his father to take him along. Isaac was 
quite unwilling but finally consented, on the return with a full 
cargo of salt, the vessel with all on board was lost in a storm. He 
married 3-30-1745 Eliz., dau. Isaac and Eliz. ( ) Howland. 


Issue born in Tiverton and Portsmouth, R. I. 


151 

Bathsheba 

b 

1-13-1746 

d 

152 

Michael 

b 

8-8-1748 

d 

153 

Rebecca 

b 

5 -I 4 -I 75 I 

d 


m 

3-26-1766 

John Rouse 


154 

Mary 

b 

2 - 24-1753 

d 


m 


John Gray 


155 

Isaac 

b 

8-4-1754 

d 

156 

Elizabeth 

b 

10-30-1755 

d 


m 

2-11-1773 

Joseph Cook 


157 

Ann 

b 

11-30-1757 

d 


m 


Jonathan Devol 


158 

Rhoda 

b 

7-18-1759 

d 


m 

10-8-1780 

Pardon Cook 


159 

Ruth 

b 

7-6-1761 

d 


m 

4-19-1778 

Obed Cushman 



1764 unm 


12-12-1821 


58 Jabez was a husbandman and married 10-21-1747 Meriba, 
dau. Stephen and Penelope (Read) Borden, b. 2-7-1732; d. 


Issue born in 


160 

Susanna 

b 


m 

11-29-1770 

161 

Mary 

b 


m 

4-5-1770 

162 

Sylvester 

b 

163 

Robert 

b 

164 

Stephen 

b 


3 - 3 ~i 749 d 

Thos. Allen 
6-18-1751 d 

Luthan Howland 
9-12-1753 d 

3-2-1756 d 7-8-1835 

8-4-1759 d 10-28-1825 




ROBERT OF PLYMOUTH COLONY 


G 5 


165 Penelope 

166 Lemuel 

167 Rebecca 

m 

168 Ruby 

m 


b 

b 

b 

4-12-1792 

b 


9-5-1761 d 

1-23-1764 d 

6-13-1767 d 

Benj. Chase 
2-8-1771 d 

Henry Wilcox 


6-24-1819 

12-26-1843 


59 Lt. Joshua served in the West Indian war of 1740 and the 
Cuban expedition of 1762, was a brave officer, benevolent, and 
amiable, he had charge of a gun factory in New England later. 
He married 2-9-1745 Abigail, dau. Thos. (24) and Bethiah 
(Little) Barker. 

Issue born in Hingham, Mass. 

169 Deborah b 10-22-1747 d 3-4-1832 unm 

170 Sarah b 4-18-1751 d 9-14-1815 unm 

171 Bethiah b 12-16-1753 d 7-11-1828 unm 


60 Capt. Francis served in the state militia, later becoming a 
farmer. He married 4-21-1738 Hannah, dau. John and Grace 
(Stockbridge) Thaxter. b. 1-27-1719; d. 1-8-1773. 


Issue born in Hingham, Mass. 


172 

Hannah 

b 

2-6-1739 

d 

11-27-1787 

unm 

173 

Francis 

b 

2-6-1741 

d 

10-1-1793 


174 

Mary 

b 

2-26-1743 

d 

1824 



m 

10-26-1775 

Thos. Thaxter 




175 

Joshua 

b 

7-14-1745 

d 

3 -I 4 -I 752 

unm 

176 

Elizabeth 

b 

10-11-1747 

d 

3-14-1752 

unm 

177 

Lucy 

b 

10-1-1749 

d 

3-31-1752 

unm 

178 

Grace 

b 

1-29-1752 

d 

3-13-1752 

unm 

179 

Joshua 

b 

3-24-1753 

d 

4-2-1800 


180 

John 

b 

8-3-1755 

d 

11-25-1828 

unm 


General on Gen. 

Geo. Washington’* 

3 staff 


181 

Thomas 

b 

4-3-1758 

d 

8-14-1782 

unm 

69 

Thomas 

was ‘as generous as a man 

as 

he was able 

as a 


lawyer/ about 1735 he went to Edenton, N. C. and became a 
prominent lawyer and wealthy. He was one of the four Commis¬ 
sioners appointed to revise the Statutes in 1746, was an early 
friend and legal instructor of Gov. Sam’l Johnston. He returned 


176 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


in 1778 from France, having been away several years, he took 
the Oath of Allegiance to North Carolina again. “He assures us 
that in France, the Americans are held in the highest estimation 
by all degrees of people and that they have nothing so much at 
heart as to support our Independence and humble the pride of the 
haughty British.” He married Mrs Ferabee Pugh, dau. 

( ) Savage; b. ; d. ; 

married (2) Mrs Penelope Hodgson, dau. Sam’l. and 

Eliz. ( ) Paget, b. 6-17-1728; d. 

Issue born in Edenton, N. C. 

182 Thomas b d y unm 

183 Elizabeth b d 1800 

m Col Wm. Tunstall 


79 Elisha was a joyner and shipwright, moving later to Han¬ 
over, Mass, where he died. He married 1-25-1738 Eliz., dau. 
Isaac and Eliz. (Tucker) Bowen, b. 9-19-1722; d. 11-25-1791. 




Issue born 

in Pembroke, Mass. 


184 

Mary 

b 

5-2-1740 

d 

n-15-1813 


m 

6-15-1760 

Dea. Josiah Smith 

185 

Elizabeth 

b 

5-16-1742 

d 

6-19-1786 


m 

2-X-1770 

Joseph Ramsdell 

186 

Joshua 

b 

9-18-1744 

d 

unm 

187 

Ruth 

b 

1750 

d 

1772 


m 


David Ellis 


188 

Isaac Bowen b 

10-23-1753 

d 

4-22-1845 

189 

Josiah 

b 

8-10-1760 

d 

No issue 


m 

5-26-1785 

Eliz. Thomson 



190 

Francis 

b 

5-5-1765 

d 

1788 unm 


81 Josiah was a farmer and ‘gentleman’ in 1754. He married 
1738 Sarah, dau. Thos. and Joanna (Tinkham) Macomber. 
b. 10-27-1713; d. 1-6-1786. 

Issue born in Pembroke, Mass. 

191 Ebenezer b 8-3-1739 d 7-10-1781 

192 Deborah b 10-5-1741 d 

m 9-10-1761 Thos. Randall 



ROBERT OF PLYMOUTH COLONY 177 


193 

Thomas 

b 

10-29-1743 d 

7-27-1780 

194 

Joanna 

b 

9-2-1745 d 



m 

5 - 30 “U 7 i 

Caleb Tilden 


195 

Sarah 

b 

9-14-1747 d 

3-2-1748 unm 

196 

Ursula 

b 

3 - 5 -V 49 d 



m 

1768 

Jonathan Crooker 


197 

Sarah 

b 

8-6-1751 d 


m 

8-19-1773 

Constant Little 


198 

Lydia 

b 

2-6-1754 d 

3-23-1830 


m 

8-12-1776 

James Sprague 



89 

Daniel was a farmer and married 

Issue born in 


199 

Daniel b 

d 

200 

Mary b 

d 


m 11-30-1776 Nathaniel 

Tidmarsh 

201 

Hannah b 

d 


93 Robert was a housewright, moving to Hanover, Mass, 
about 1759 where he was connected with a foundry. He married 
8-24-1737 Hannah, dau. Thos. and Deborah ( ) Howland. 


b. 9- 

-23-1713; 

d. 12-27-1795 

• 





Issue born 

in Pembroke, 

Mass. 


202 

Thomas 

b 

4-29-1738 

d 


203 

Ann 

b 

9-21-1739 

d 

1844 unm 

204 

Elizabeth b 

2-25-1743 

d 

6-5-1823 


m 

9-13-1770 

Bachelor Wing 


205 

Hannah 

b 

1-10-1745 

d 



m 

12-12-1804 

Isaac Keen 




2 m 

12-18-1817 

Lot Keen 



206 

Robert 

b 

1747 

d 

1-16-1753 unm 

207 

Mercy 

b 

1749 

d 

10-28-1749 unm 

208 

Gideon 

b 

1-11-1754 

d 


209 

Robert 

b 

1756 

d 

3-31-1836 

210 

Joshua 

b 


d 



94 John was a founder, casting cannon for the Mass. Colony 
during the Indian wars for which he was expelled from the Society 


178 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


of Friends, he moved in 1761 to Pownalboro, Me. with his father. 
He married 1748 Grace Turner ; 

married (2) 1761 Susanna, dau. Wm. and Eliz. (Stetson) 

Estes, b. 6-27-1737; d. 


211 Caleb 

212 Nancy 

213 John 

214 Carr 


Issue born in Hanover, Mass. 


b 1749 

b 

b 6-2-1763 

b 


d 10-25-1843 
d 

d 5-17-1814 
d 12-25-1832 


98 Gideon was a 
Robt. and Rachel ( 


farmer and married 1773 Rachel, dau. 
) Hodges, b. 4 - 3 - J 755 ; d. 7-6-1849. 


Issue born in 


215 

216 

217 

218 

21 9 

220 

221 

222 


Charles b 

Diadamai b 

m 11-11-1822 
Caleb b 

Abigail b 

Nathaniel Hodges b 
Daniel b 

Ira b 

Thomas Howland b 


3-20-1774 d 

1-10-1776 d 

Dr. Levi Lincoln 

4 -I-I 779 d 

8-6-1782 d 

2-2-1784 d 

8-7-1787 d 

7-19-1790 d 

12-19-1795 d 


1797 unm 


5-19-1849 
5-14-1870 
2-5-1812 unm 


99 Joshua was a husbandman and married 

Issue born in 


223 Sarah b d 

224 Joshua b d 

225 Huldah b d 

226 Robert E. b d 


100 Charles was a farmer and married 

Issue born in 

227 Anna b d 

228 Elizabeth b d 






ROBERT OF PLYMOUTH COLONY 


A79 


FIFTH GENERATION 

109 James was a farmer and married 2-2-1786 Sarah, dau. 
Wm. and Hephzibah ( ) Coffin, b. ; d. 12-14- 

1804; married (2) 4-9-1807 Lydia, dau. Prince and Deborah 
( ) Gardner, b. 12-14-1778; d. 12-11-1846. 


Issue born in Nantucket, Mass. 


229 

Robert 

b 

4-6-1787 d 

6-20-1844 

230 

Lydia 

b 

10-13-1788 d 

1-10-1790 unm 

231 

William 

b 

8-28-1790 d 


232 

Benjamin 

b 

n-22-1795 d 

2-16-1823 

233 

Isaac 

b 

2-16-1797 d 


234 

James 

b 

11-18-1798 d 

8-23-1800 unm 

235 

Sarah 

b 

1-29-1808 d 



m 


Presbury Wing 


236 

Lydia 

b 

8-28-1809 d 

12-3-1888 


m 

8-3-1843 

Heman Crocker 


237 

Elizabeth 

b 

6-23-1811 d 

5-13-1815 unm 

238 

Mary Gardner b 

7-11-1814 d 



m 

8-11-1836 

David G. Swain 


no Francis 

was a farmer and married 6-4-1786 Deborah, dau. 

Sylvanus and Anna ( 

) Russell, b. 5-18-1763; d. 4-1- 

1842. 







Issue born 

in Nantucket, Mass. 


239 

Anna 

b 

4-8-1787 d 



m 

9-11-1807 

Geo. G. Folger 


240 

Thomas 

b 

1 1-3-1793 d 

9-10-1819 

241 

George R. 

b 

1-8-1798 d 


242 

David R. 

b 

4-2-1802 d 


243 

Sarah 

b 

4-2-1802 d 


116 

> Abraham married 5-17-1809 Priscilla, dau. Gerard and 

Rachel (Wilson) Hopkins. 

b. 12-4-1780; d. 




Issue born 

in Philadelphia, Pa. 


244 

Sarah 

b 

2-28-1810 d 

1-29-1845 


m 

1-6-1829 

Sanderson Robert 






i8o 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


245 Henry Hopkins b 12-19-1811 d 12-3—1858 

246 Ann Mifflin b 5-21-1813 d 3-1-1899 

m 1-4-1844 Wm. F. Johnson 


118 Jacob was one of the remarkable men of this country. 
Not only was he one of the shrewdest business men of his day, an 
able banker and student of political economy, but also a successful 
lawyer and politician. At 21, he entered mercantile life, owned 
five vessels, becoming later the second largest ship owner in the 
United States. When Fulton built his first steamboat, Jacob 
imported the first marine engine and as his trade extended to 
European countries, especially to Russia, he was commissioned to 
buy and sell ships for several foreign governments. During the 
war of 1812, all of his ships were captured, but, in spite of the 
enormous loss, he raised nearly $8,000,000. for the Government, 
saying; “If the Country breaks, I want to break with it.” He 
founded the Exchange Bank in 1815, established the ‘Union’ news¬ 
paper, was the first to advocate the building of the Erie Canal. 
In politics he was a Dem., an original member of Tammany Hall, 
and nominated Andrew Jackson for President. He was an inti¬ 
mate friend of Pres. James Madison. During the war of 1812, 
Mrs Dolly Madison cut down the portrait of Pres. Washington 
by Stuart as she was about to flee from the Presidential House and 
said to Jacob Barker “Save that picture if possible, if not, destroy 
it, under no circumstances allow it to fall into the hands of the 
British.” He rolled the picture up and left it in charge of a 
farmer where he spent the night. A few weeks later restored it 
to Mrs Madison and it now hangs in the Blue Room of the White 
House. Jacob served a term in the State Senate. In 1834 he 
moved from New York to New Orleans, La., where he was 
admitted to the bar, later engaging in banking. He married 8-27- 
1801 Eliz. H., dau. Thos. and Anna (Rodman) Plazard. b. 12-2- 
1782; d. 12-29-1866. 


247 

248 

249 

250 

251 


Issue born in New York City 


Robert b 6-11-1802 

Robert b 7-20-1804 

Thomas Hazard b 6-21-1807 

William Hazard b 8-21-1809 

Andrew Sigourney b 11-11-1811 


d 9-28-1803 unm 

d 12-24-1830 unm 

d 1846 unm 

d 9-17-1879 

d 8-11-1846 unm 




JACOB BARKER 




























- 













ROBERT OF PLYMOUTH COLONY 


181 


252 

Anna Hazard 

b 

10-25-1813 d 



m 10-3-1840 

Sam’l G. Ward 


253 

Jacob 

b 

5-23-1816 d 

4-27-1842 unm 

254 

Elizabeth Hazard 

b 

7-4-1817 d 

5-11-1878 


m 


Baldwin Brower 



2 m 


Wm. Van Zandt 



3 m 


John J. McCaulis 


255 

Sarah 

b 

7-27-1819 d 



m 


John C. Harrison 



2 m 


Wm. G. Hunt; Minister to Russia, 




1882 


256 

Abraham 

b 

6-3-1821 d 

1906 

257 

Mary 

b 

6-28-1823 d 

1-9-1826 unm 

258 

John Wells 

b 

12-18-1825 d 

12-18-1825 unm 


120 Prince was a husbandman and married 


Issue born in 


259 

260 Deborah 


b 

b 


m 


261 Benjamin 


Briggs 


d 

d 


130 Josiah was a lawyer and later a Judge, he married 11-30- 
1786 Eliz., dau. Wm. and Ruth ( ) Folger. b. 9-8-1766; 


d. 

Issue born in Nantucket, Mass. 


262 

Sarah 

b 11-13-1787 

d 

8-11-1794 unm 

263 

Josiah 

b 3-2-1789 

d 

11-11-1860 

264 

Elizabeth 

b 4-18-1790 

d 

9-22-1860 

265 

William Folger 

b 11-9-1793 

d 

8-20-1794 unm 

266 

Sarah 

b 5 - 5-1796 

d 

11-10-1877 

267 

Lydia 

b 1-2-1798 

d 

3-30-1817 unm 

268 

Eliza 

b 

d 

269 

Mary Ann 

b 4—6—1804 

d 

4-30-1880 


m 

Rich. Howland 



270 

Martha 

b 6-8-1806 

d 

3-5-1896 unm 

131 

Samuel was a 

farmer and married 


1794 Rebecca, 

dau. Jos. and Mary ( 

) Parker, b. 


; d. 12-7- 


1847. 




182 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


Issue born in Nantucket, Mass. 


271 

Joseph P. 

b 

6-24-1795 

d 

1-23-1819 

unm 

272 

Nathaniel 

b 


d 

y 

unm 

273 

Francis 

b 


d 

y 

unm 

274 

Isaac 

b 

12-9-1799 

d 

1821 

unm 

275 

Susan 

b 

11-22-1801 

d 




m 


Abraham Wood 



276 

Eliza 

b 

9-11-1807 

d 

3-11-1850 



m 


Thos. Pinkham 




2 m 


Thos. Corey 




277 

John S. 

b 

1-22-1810 

d 

y 

unm 

278 

Rebecca 

b 


d 

y 

unm 

279 

Plenry P. 

b 

1-14-1813 

d 



280 

Samuel 

b 

9-6-1815 

d 



281 

Charles C. 

b 

3-12-1818 

d 



282 

John 

b 


d 




134 Robert was a farmer and married 5-20-1759 Eliz., dau. 
Amasa and Eliz. ( ) Turner, b. 6-4-1729; d. 


Issue born in Pembroke, Mass. 


283 

Peleg 

b 

4-27-1760 

d 

y 

unm 

284 

Israel Turner 

b 

7-16-1763 

d 

y 

unm 

285 

Elisha 

b 

1-9-1769 

d 

7-9-1770 

unm 

286 

Joshua 

b 

11-&-1772 

d 

y 

unm 

287 

Sylvester 

b 

11-5-1774 

d 

6-2-1816 



m 


Rev. Jacob Flint 



288 

Robert 

b 

12-26-1777 

d 

y 

unm 

289 

Charles 

b 

d 

1844 



137 Prince followed sea and met his death there. He married 
Mrs Bryant. 


Issue born in 


290 

Deborah 

b 

1773 

d 




m 

9-25-1818 

Isaac Chase 




291 

Abigail 

b 


d 




m 


Dwelley 




292 

Prince 

b 

1 777 

d 

y 

unm 

293 

John 

b 


d 


unm 



ROBERT OF PLYMOUTH COLONY 


i8 3 


138 Isaac was a clothier, also had a fulling mill but after a 
loss by fire, he devoted himself to farming and was a skillful 
horseman. '‘He had a sound head and ready tongue, was an inter¬ 
esting companion, full of apt sayings and anecdotes.” He married 
4-24-1791 Bridget, dau. John and Hannah ( ) Almy. b. 

9-20-1762; d. 11-3-1851. 


Issue born in Pembroke, Mass. 


294 

Hannah 

b 

4-14-1792 

d 

1837 

295 

Isaac 

b 

5-18-1793 

d 

1-14-1871 

296 

Peleg 

b 

5-31-1795 

d 

4-3-1883 

297 

Eliza 

b 

11-18-1798 

d 

1866 

I 4 I 

Benjamin was 

a man 

of prominence 

and 

wealth, in 


he took half of the Barker fulling mill, also invested judiciously 
in land and became a very successful farmer, in 1792 he bought 
the Barker house and farm in Scituate, Mass, built by John 
Williams in 1694, had much property in Tiverton, R. I., owning 
also all land of his grandfather’s in Pembroke, Mass. He married 
1-27-1785 Ann, dau. Abraham and Susanna (Anthony) Barker, 
b. 8-17-1750; d. 8-16-1789; married (2) 6-23-1791 Rebecca, dau. 
Sam’l. and Mary ( ) Partridge, b. 1752; d- 8-11- 

1835- 


298 

299 

300 


Issue born in Tiverton, R. I. 


Abraham b 

Susan Ann b 

m 10-5-1812 
Samuel Partridge b 


11-16-1786 d 
4-27-1788 d 
David Buffum 
8-2-1792 d 


2-24-1855 

3-5-1861 


155 Isaac was a sea faring man, being supercargo and Capt. 
of an East India vessel, during the Revolutionary war took an 
active part in the privateering service. In 1788 he moved to 
Marietta, O. until spring, thence to Belpre, O. on a piece of land 
of 100 acres, granted to him by the Ohio Co. as a settler. Later 
he bought an island above Parkersburg, O. and in 1798 moved to 
Athens Co. O. He married 4-11-1775 Rhoda Cook. 



184 


BARKER GENEALOGY 



Issue born in 

New Bedford, 

Mass. 

301 

Michael 

b 

1776 

d 

302 

Amy 

m 

b 

Benj. Smith 

d 

303 

Isaac 

b 

2-17-1779 

d 3 - 30-1873 

304 

Rhoda 

m 

2 m 

b 

Israel Ward 
John Imes 

d 

305 

Joseph 

b 


d 

306 

Nancy 

m 

b 

d 

Wm. McDonald 

307 

William 

b 


d 

308 

Timothy 

b 


d 


163 Robert 

was a husbandman and married 

1-11-1781 Ruth 

dau. 

John and 

Lydia ( 

) Tucker. 

b. 

11-20-1760; d 

2-13-1817. 







Issue born 

in Dartmouth, Mass. 


309 

Jabez 

b 

4-1-1782 

d 

1-29-1850 

3 1 0 

Esther 

b 

3-8-1784 

d 

3-8-1860 

m 


Pardon Devol 



3 ii 

John 

b 

5-25-1786 

d 

12-18-1834 

312 

Isaac 

b 

8-25-1788 

d 

12-18-1857 

3*3 

Ruth 

b 

7 - 4-1793 

d 

5-2-1860 

m 

4-12-1827 

Otis Ellis 



3 i 4 

Joseph 

b 

11-11-1797 

d 

9-12-1861 

3 i 5 

Lydia 

b 

11-11-1797 

d 

8-18-1852 

m 

5-22-1825 

Dr. Simon P. Winslow 

316 

Rhoda 

b 

8-12-1799 

d 

4-21-1883 

m 

8-31-1836 

Albert Gifford 




164 Stephen was a farmer and married 6-8-1782 Margaret, 
dau. Sam’l and Margaret ( ) Tripp, b. 5-16-1760; d. 

; married (2) 4-25-1802 Mrs Sylvia Sowle, dau. John 
and Patience (Tucker) Ricketson. b. 7-31-1766; d. 2-28-1839. 


Issue born in Dartmouth, Mass. 


317 Samuel 

318 Alden 

319 Abraham 

320 Lemuel 

321 Margaret Trip 


b 9-17-1783 d 
b 12-7-1785 d 
b 7-15-1788 d 
b 6-18-1790 d 
b d 


1871 

5-1-1873 





ROBERT OF PLYMOUTH COLONY 


185 


322 Rebecca 
m 


b d 

7-8-1847 Benj. Kelley 


166 Lemuel was a farmer and said to have carried all the 
specie in New Bedford banks to Pawtucket, R. I. for safe keeping 
during the war of 1812, the soldiers never suspecting he had any¬ 
thing more than a keg of lime or bale of cotton, as he left it 
unprotected by the road side of the farmer’s house where he spent 
the night. He married 11-28-1793 Maria, dau. Wm. and (Ham¬ 
mond) Trip. b. 10-17-1772; d. 3-1-1856. 


Issue born in New Bedford, Mass. 


323 

Phebe 

b 

6-5-1794 

d 

5-8-1868 


m 

1-16-1813 

Abraham Borden 


324 

William 

b 

12-6-1796 

d 

6—29—1863 

325 

Nancy 

b 

4-13-1802 

d 

2-25-1817 unm 

326 

Maria 

b 

10-26-1806 

d 

12-30-1894 

m 

9 - i ~ i 8 2 5 

Moses Smith 


327 

Lemuel 

b 

6-18-1811 

d 

6-5-18-9 

328 

Jabez 

b 

3-27-1818 

d 



173 Capt. Francis was a master shipwright and married 9-27- 
1764 Grace, dau. Hezekiah and Grace (Hatch) Leavitt, b. 5-15- 
1748; d. 12-10-1790. 


Issue born in Hingham, Mass. 


329 

Francis 

b 

9-1-1765 

d 

12-12-1765 

unm 

330 

Francis 

b 

2-8-1767 

d 

10-14-1768 

unm 

331 

Grace 

b 

1 - 15-1769 

d 

10-14-1771 

unm 

332 

Elizabeth 

b 

2 - 3-1771 

d 




m 

8-13-1795 

Capt. Luther Lincoln 


333 

Francis 

b 

10-3-1773 

d 

n- 13 -i 773 

unm 

334 

Francis 

b 

9- I 7-i775 

d 

y 

unm 

335 

Grace 

b 

9-7-1777 

d 

9- i 9- i 777 

unm 

336 

Charles 

b 

12-3-1780 

d 

9-9-1782 

unm 

337 

Charles 

b 

9-19-1784 

d 

1-16-1785 

unm 

338 

Francis 

b 

9-20-1790 

d 

12-20-1790 

unm 


179 Dr. Joshua graduated from Harvard 1771, was a practis¬ 
ing physician, member of the Mass. Medical Socy., is said to have 





i86 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


tried every new medicine upon himself before prescribing it. He 
married 10-4-1779 Susanna, dau. Benj. and Susanna (Joy) 
Thaxter. b. 7-13-1755; d. 2-20-1828. 

Issue born in Hingham, Mass. 

339 Joshua Thomas b 11-12-1780 d 8-13-1782 unm 

340 Susan b 10-18-1782 d 8-24-1857 

m 5-30-1808 Rev. Sam’l. Willard 

341 Elizabeth b d y unm 


188 Isaac Bowen was a ship and house builder, served during 
almost all of the Rev. war, was Representative in Gen. Court for 
several years from Pembroke, Mass, and Selectman in Pembroke 
and Hanson, Mass, for 20 years. He married 11-29-1792 Eliz., 
dau. Wm. and Mary (Turner) Torrey. b. 10-12-1766; d. 4-23- 
1851. 

Issue born in Hanson, Mass. 


342 

Elizabeth 

b 

7 - 3°~ I 793 

d 

8-27-1868 


m 8-17-1817 

Martin P. Sturtevant 

343 

Mary Turner 

b 

11-22-1794 

d 

12-24-1866 unm 

344 

Ruth 

b 

9-10-1796 

d 

8-19-1890 unm 

345 

Maria 

b 

5-14-1798 

d 

2-18-1876 


m 


Rev. Joseph Torrey 

346 

Bowen 

b 

3-11-1800 

d 

11-22-1874 unm 

347 

Sophronia 

b 

4-29-1802 

d 

12-11-1882 


m 8-16-1837 

Thaxter Reed 



348 

Josiah 

b 

9-24-1804 

d 

3-8-1873 

349 

Francis 

b 

12-22-1806 

d 

2-1-1863 


191 Ebenezer served 1778 in Capt. Jos. Griffith’s Co. Col. John 
Jacob’s reg., was at Lexington, Tiverton and Quaker Hill battles, 
later he followed the trade of blacksmith. He married 4-2-1761 
Priscilla, dau. John and Ruth (Sturtevant) Loring. b. 8-17-1737; 
d. 10-3-1811. 

Issue born in Pembroke, Marshfield, etc. Mass. 

350 Priscilla b 2-3-1762 d 10-14-1838 

m 11-25-1781 Tilden Crooker 

351 Josiah b 11-16-1763 d 9-23-1847 

352 Loring b 8-5-1765 d 4-9-1848 




ROBERT OF PLYMOUTH COLONY 


187 


353 

Macomber 

b 

10-5-1767 

d 

3-11-1806 unm 

354 

Ebenezer 

b 

9-26-1769 

d 

4-7-1861 

355 

Deborah 

m 

b 

9-24-1798 

8-18-1771 
David Oldham 

d 

4-1-1861 

356 

John 

b 

7-24-1773 

d 

8-17-1839 

357 

Sarah 

b 

1-4-1777 

d 

10-11-1778 unm 

358 

Thomas 

b 

5-8-1779 

d 

11-12-1856 


193 Thomas was a forgeman in 1794, later he had a farm in 
Marshfield, Mass. He married 1-8-1764 Olive Ford. 


Issue born in Pembroke, Mass. 


359 

Barnabas 

b 

12-22-1767 

d 

360 

Elisha 

b 

10-7-1769 

d 

361 

Thomas 

b 

5-7-1772 

d 

362 

Olive 

. b 

11-25-1774 

d 


m 

2-11-1792 

Isaac Rogers 


363 

Hannah 

b 

4-8-1777 

d 


m 

6-10-1798 

Reuben Curtis 


364 

Sarah 

b 

1-18-1780 

d 


202 Thomas was a farmer and married 


1763 Eunice 


Issue born in 


365 

Thomas 

b 

4-30-1764 

d 

366 

Eunice 

b 

8-21-1768 

d 

367 

Ezekiel 

b 

9-27-1767 

d 

368 

Mary 

b 

9-2-1770 

d 

369 


b 


d 

370 


b 


d 

371 


b 


d 

372 


b 


d 

373 


b 


d 


10-2-1767 unm 


209 Robert was a husbandman and foundryman. He belonged 
to the Society of Friends but was disowned for making Cannon¬ 
balls. He married 2-4-1798 Deborah, dau. Stephen and Abigail 
(Turner) Bailey, b. 1773; d. 10-2-1849. 





188 


BARKER GENEALOGY 





Issue 

born in 



374 

Robert 

b 

7 - i 5- l 799 

d 

3-18-1879 

375 

Deborah 

b 

9-1-1801 

d 


376 

John 

b 

2-14-1804 

d 

1873 

377 

Eliza 

b 

9-25-1806 

d 



211 Caleb was a farmer, moving to Maine with his parents at 
the age of 12. He married 10-14-1773 Illathera, dau. Capt. Benj. 
and Mary ( ) Howland, b. 1751; d. 10-18-1824. 




Issue bom 

1 in Dresden, Me. 


378 

Benjamin 

H. b 

7-29-1774 

d 


379 

Lucy 

b 

11-28-1776 

d 



m 


Geo. Sylvester 



380 

Lydia 

b 

4-12-1779 

d 



m 

8-12-1797 

Thos. Carr 



381 

Elizabeth 

b 

3-20-1781 

d 



m 

1-10-1810 

Jacob Bailey 



382 

Caleb jr. 

b 

7-14-1783 

d 

9-5-1866 

383 

Martha, 

b 

6 -i 3 -! 78 s 

d 



m 


Jos. Johnson 



384 

Hannah 

b 

7-19-1787 

d 

1825 

38s 

John 

b 

12-25-1790 

d 


386 

Illathera 

b 

12-20-1792 

d 



m 


Reubin Merservy 


387 

Gideon 

b 

n-4-1795 

d 

3-1-1875 

213 John was a husbandman, settling first in 

Gardner, Me. in 

1786, thence to Pittston, Me. 

He married 7 

-10- 

1788 Lydia, dau. 

Isaac and Eliz. 

(Elkins) Clark, b. 11-11-1772; 

d. 10-25-1852. 


Issue born in Pittston, Me. 


388 

John 

b 

4-25-1789 

d 

2-9-1864 

389 

Clark 

b 

6-27-1792 

d 

8-10-1828 

390 

William 

b 

9 -i 7 -i 794 

d 

8-7-1806 unm 

39i 

Mary 

b 

9- 2 - 1 797 

d 

1872 

392 

Isaac 

b 

11-1-1800 

d 

1875 

393 

Gideon 

b 

4-7-1803 

d 

1868 

394 

Oliver C. 

b 

6-25-1805 

d 

5-10-1879 

395 

Samuel 

b 

12-19-1807 

d 

4-11-1814 unm 

396 

Lydia 

m 

2 m 

b 

4-9-1811 d 

Jas. Pierce 

Frank Crummet 


397 

Emmaline 

b 

1-21-1814 

d 

10-12-1845 






ROBERT OF PLYMOUTH COLONY 


189 


214 Carr was a yeoman and farmer, serving as Lt. in 2 Co. 
2d Lincoln reg. in the Rev. war. He married Sarah 

Prible 




Issue born 

in Dresden, Me. 

398 

Carr jr. 

b 

1-19-1778 d 11-14-1805 unm 

399 

Mary 

b 

3-29-1780 d 


m 

8-11-1800 

Obed Haynes 

400 

Sarah 

b 

3-29-1785 d 


m 


Win. Bowerman 

401 

Samuel 

b 

9-1-1786 d 

402 

Turner 

b 

3-19-1789 d 


220 Daniel was 

a farmer and married 5-11-1812 Eliz. Bourn 



Issue born in 

403 

Caleb 

b 

2-4-1813 d 

404 

George 

b 

11-6-1817 d 

405 

Eliza 

b 

4-30-1822 d 

406 

Elizabeth 

b 

10-28-1827 d 


22] 

[ Ira was a prosperous farmer and 

married 7-23-1812 

Deborah B., dau. John and Bathsheba ( 


) Sylvester, b. 

4*9* 1 793 J d. 7-17-1869. 

ft 





Issue born 

in Scituate, Mass. 


407 

Ira Thomas b 

2-21-1813 

d 

3-27-1869 

408 

Deborah b 

5-15-1816 

d 

1871 


m 9-9-1838 

Geo. Clapp 



409 

Watters Burr b 

8-14-1818 

d 

12-13-1885 

410 

Joshua b 

8-6-1820 

d 


411 

Lucy Ann b 

4-21-1822 

d 

4-24-1892 


m 10-8-1846 

John Beal 



412 

John Sylvester b 

1-4-1824 

d 


413 

Adeline b 

4-6-1826 

d 



m 7-3 -i8S3 

Blaney Barker 




2 m 1-1-1863 

Chas. Lincoln 



414 

Hannah Elizabeth b 

12-20-1828 

d 



m 6-21-1846 

Rev. John W. Willett 

415 

Cordelia b 

8-3-1830 

d 

12-18-1876 


m 1-16-1851 

Isaac Willett 



4l6 

Susan Church b 

8-28-1832 

d 



m 11-18-1855 

Edwin W. Jenkins 





BARKER GENEALOGY 


I90 

417 Abigail Frances b 9-18-1834 d 10-24-1880 

m 1857 Albert Torrey 

418 Bathsheba b 9-18-1836 d 

m 10-22-1854 Martyn C. Thayer 

419 Helen Pauline b 7-10-1839 d 

m 12-16-1860 Amos Chamberlain 


SIXTH GENERATION 

229 Robert was a farmer and fruit grower. He married 
3-19-1807 Lucretia, dau. Jas. and Eunice ( ) Hussey, b. 

8-16-1787; d. 3-7-1877. 

Issue born in Nantucket, Mass. 


420 Edward Hussey 

421 Mary 

m 

422 James Hussey 


b 12-31-1807 d 

b 3-11-1810 d 

Henry Bigelow 
b 8-11-1812 d 


231 William C. married Harriet J., dau. Dr. Ebenezer 

and Anna (Wynkoop) Jessup, b. 3-5-1793; d. 

Issue born in New York City 

423 Harriet Jessup b d 1874 

m Reuben D. Turner 

232 Benjamin was a farmer and married 11-6-1816 Eliza, dau. 
Obed and Eliza (Swain) Coleman, b. 7-6-1796; d. 

Issue born in Nantucket, Mass. 

424 b d 

233 Isaac was for many years town clerk and married 6-23- 

1839 Sally M., dau. David and Phebe ( ) Andrews, b. 

12-4-1805; d. 

Issue born in Nantucket, Mass. 

425 William b 9-29-1844 d 

426 Henry B. b 8-20-1846 d 




ROBERT OF PLYMOUTH COLONY 


I 9 I 


250 William Hazard married 11-14-1832 Jeanette B., dau. 
Wm. and Cath. (Barber) James, b. 1814; d. 5-8-1842. 


Issue born in 


427 

428 

429 

430 


William b 

Elizabeth Hazard b 
m 12-17-1862 
Robert b 

Augustus James b 


1834 d 

5-23-1836 d 

Geo. Higginson 
1840 d 

5-11-1842 d 


3-2-1889 unm 

1- 6-1901 

2- 8-1863 unm 
9-18-1863 unm 


256 Abraham when only 16 was emancipated at New Orleans 
by his father under an old Spanish law, and went into partnership 
in a banking business, later taking his father in as junior partner. 
In 1842 he went to Philadelphia and with his brother Sigourney 
formed the firm of Barker Bros. & Co., in 1845 was elected to 
the Philadelphia Stock Exchange, where he originated the publi¬ 
cation of printed daily list of stock transactions, the Clearing 
House, and the Stock Exchange gratuity fund. In 1862 was one 
of the charter members of the Union League Club, in 1879 the 
firm acted as agents for the Cramps wdien Russian cruisers were 
fitted out here and new ones built. In 1899 he retired from the 
stock exchange but was voted the privilege of the floor for the 
balance of his life, an honor never before granted to any one, and 
all his colleagues united in testifying to the firm integrity and 
ability of the “Nestor of finance.” 

He married 6-3-1842 Sarah, dau. Wm. and Deborah (Fisher) 
Wharton, b. 12-10-1821; d. 12-29-1866; married (2) 6-28-1871 


Katherine, dau. James and Phebe (Riggs) Crane. 

b. 2-15-1822; d. 


Issue born 

in Philadelphia, 

Pa. 



431 

Jacob 

b 

6-18-1843 

d 

3-13-1851 

unm 

432 

William Wharton 

b 

7-27-1844 

d 

11-3-1844 

unm 

433 

Wharton 

b 

5-1-1846 

d 

4-9—1921 


434 

Abraham 

b 

9-29-1849 

d 

6-6-1851 

unm 

435 

Sigourney 

b 

5-15-1852 

d 

3-4-1882 

unm 

436 

Deborah Wharton 

b 

12-28-1854 

d 



m 4-14-1875 

Edward Mellor 




437 

Elizabeth 

b 

1-4-1858 

d 

12-6-1860 

unm 

438 

Anna Ferris 

b 

10-28-1861 

d 




m 12-19-1888 John M. Scott 





192 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


263 Josiah was 

a farmer and married 

Issue born in 


Ellen 

439 Josiah 

b 

d 


440 William 

b 

d 



280 

Samuel was a husbandman and married 

1-11-1840 Mary 

S. Fletcher. 

Issue born in 

441 b 

d 


442 

b 

d 


443 

b 

d 


282 

John was a farmer and married 


Lydia Sampson. 

444 

Issue born in 

b 

d 



295 Isaac was a prosperous farmer and married 2-5-1822 
Sarah, dau. Isaac and Welthia (Winsor) Little, b. 9-29-1794; 
d. 10-15-1885. 

Issue born in 


445 

446 

447 


448 

449 

450 


Peleg b 

Samuel Otis b 

Sarah b 

m 1-26-1848 
2 m 11-25-1852 
Hannah b 

m 8-11-1851 
Thomas Rotch b 
Delia Cushing b 


7-16-1823 d 

7-26-1824 d 

11-3-1826 d 

Frank Munroe 
Wm. Anthony 
7-2-1828 d 

Wm. B. Josselyn 
1-22-1830 d 

12-12-1831 d 


11-16-1866 
11-15-1849 unm 


9-26-1885 

12-7-1838 unm 
12-23-1838 unm 


296 Peleg was a farmer and married 11-7-1847 Abigail S., 
dau. Sam’l and Lucy (Delano) Loring. b. 12-1-1805; d. 1-10- 
1878. 

Issue born in 


451 

452 


b 

b 


d 

d 



ROBERT OF PLYMOUTH COLONY 


193 


298 Abraham was an extensive land owner and stock raiser. 
He married 1-7-1819 Margaret, dau. David and Hephzibah 
(Mitchell) Buffum. b. 8-27-1789; d. 11-4-1839. 


Issue born in Tiverton, R. I. 


453 

Eleanor 

b 

12-4-1820 

d 

9- -1907 

m 

11-9-1848 

Christopher Davis 


454 

Benjamin 

b 

9-24-1822 

d 

4-14-1897 

455 

Abraham Thomas b 

7-7-1824 

d 

11-29-1869 

456 

Elizabeth 

H. b 

8-11-1826 

d 

5-8-1900 

m 

1-4-1866 

Jos. P. Newhall 


457 

Margaret Bufifum b 

4-9-1829 

d 

1910 


m 

12-3-1846 

Dr. Chas. B. 

Cates 



2 m 

1-30-1895 

Willett Dorland 


458 

Anne 

b 

7-20-1832 

d 

12-15-1857 


300 Samuel Partridge married 2-27-1818 Catherine, dau. Wm. 
and Deborah (Hubbard) Gooch, b. 11-25-1796; d. 2-25-1876. 


Issue born in Boston and Scituate, Mass. 


459 

Rebecca 

b 

10-28-1819 

d 

6-17-1840 

460 

Catherine Augusta b 

11-9-1821 

d 

7-16-1881 


m 3-16-1843 

Wm. W. Kendrick 


461 

Samuel Partridge 

b 

12-4-1824 

d 


462 

Susan Ann 

b 

4-3-1826 

d 

10-6-1843 unm 

463 

Jane Eliza 

b 

3-16-1827 

d 

11-14-1827 unm 

464 

Benjamin 

b 

5-7-1831 

d 

5-18-1891 unm 

465 

Prince 

b 

5-23-1836 

d 

11-9-1860 unm 

466 

Sarah Elizabeth 

b 

4-13-1838 

d 

9-11-1924 


301 Michael went in 1788 with his parents to Ohio, during 
the Indian war 1792-95 he served as a scout and spy in a company 
under the authority of the Ohio Co., in 1798 he moved to Athens, 
O., was for many years constable, and held other local offices. He 
was a man of scrupulous exactness in his dealings, with firmness 
and decision of character. He married Isabelle, dau. 

Wm and Mary ( ) Harper. 

Issue born in Athens, O. 

467 Joseph b d 12-11-1877 

468 Elizabeth b d 

m 


Jos. Herrold 




194 


BARKER GENEALOGY 

469 

Isabelle 

b 

d 

m 


Hiram Kingsbury 

470 

Jane 

b 

d 

m 


John Hibbard 

471 

Rhoda 

b 

d 

m 


Hiram Kingsbury 

472 

Ann 

b 

d 

m 


Geo. Hewitt 

473 

Amy 

b 

d 


m 


Hon. E. Hastings Moore 

474 

Sarah 

b 

d 

303 Judge Isaac went to 

Ohio with his parents in 1788, they 


settled near Belpre, O. had exciting times with the Indian war 
period, moving later to Athens, O. where he was proprietor of 
the hotel. He was a man of great natural ability, holding high 
place in the township, served ten years as Asso. Judge of Common 
Pleas Court, was County Treasurer and Collector of College rents 
for many years. He married Christina Harper. 

Issue born in Athens, O. 

475 Maria b d 

476 Elizabeth b d 

477 Charles b d 


305 Joseph went to Ohio with his parents in 1788, later becom¬ 
ing a successful farmer, and married Margaret Bowan. 


Issue born in Athens, O. 


478 Isaac b d 

479 Mary b d 

480 Christiana b d 

481 Tryphena b d 


307 William also went to Ohio with his parents in pioneer 
days, later he had a fine farm. He married Hannah Philips. 


482 Nancy 

483 William 


Issue born in Athens, O. 

b d 

b d 


ROBERT OF PLYMOUTH COLONY 


195 


308 Timothy went to Ohio with his parents as a baby but 
became a real pioneer farmer later. He married Eleanor 

Pickett. 

Issue born in Athens, O. 


484 

Julia 

b 


d 


485 

Rhoda 

b 


d 


486 

Frances 

b 


d 


487 

Bartlett 

b 


d 


309 Jabez was a farmer and married 12- 

-27-1801 Amy Smith. 


Issue born in 



488 

Sarah Warren 

b 

8-15-1802 

d 


489 

Meriba Smith 

b 

8-8-1804 

d 

4-5-1891 


m 3-10-1824 

Jonathan Tripp 


490 

Susanna Allen 

b 

8-18-1806 

d 

7-11-1849 


m 


Ezra Francis 



491 

Esther 

b 

9-15-1808 

d 

1-17-1891 


m 


Ephraim Lake 



492 

Lydia Howland 

b 

7-29-1810 

d 


493 

Robert Henry 

b 

6-15-1813 

d 


494 

Ruth Tucker 

b 

8-7-1815 

d : 

12-27-1894 


m 7-4-1832 

Francis Post 



495 

Job Smith 

b 

8-20-1818 

d 


496 

Amy Smith 

b 

5-29-1820 

d 



m 


Lyman Potter 



3 ii 

John married 

7-24-1813 Amy, dau. Daniel and Sarah 

(Wood) Howland, b. 

4-5-1792; d. 3-27-1 

873- 



Issue born 

in Dartmouth, Mass. 


497 

John Wood 

b 

5-21-1819 

d 

8-6-1899 

498 

Joseph 

b 

1823 

d 

3-17-1866 


314 Joseph was a farmer and married 5-28-1826 Sarah, dau. 
Benj. and Rebecca (167) Chase, b. 1792; d. 12-3-1866. 

Issue born in Dartmouth, Mass. 


499 

500 

501 


b 

b 

b 


d 

d 

d 





196 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


317 Samuel was a husbandman and married 2-16-1804 Sarah, 
dau. Roger and Lydia (Peckham) White, b. 9-28-1783; d. 

1809; married (2) 7-26-1820 Sarah, dau. Dan’l and Sarah 
(Wood) Howland. 

Issue born in Dartmouth, Mass. 

502 Charles White b 9-17-1805 d 11-1-1872 

503 Peleg Trip b 7-8-1809 d 1850 

504 Sarah White b 4-22-1822 d 9-28-1877 


318 Alden married 7-3-1806 Mehitable, dau. Holder and Eliz. 
(Trafford) Tucker, b. 

Issue born in Dartmouth, Mass. 

505 Margaret Trip b 2-1-1807 d 10-9-1888 

m 2-15-1825 Rodolphus Howland 

506 Mary Ann b 10-22-1809 d 

m 6-29-1830 Jas. H. Potter 


319 Abraham was a successful trader and merchant, took an 
active part in, the establishment of the Merchants Bank, was a 
member of its first board of directors, continuing for 46 years. 
He was at one time president of the New Bedford Institution for 
Savings, was active in town meetings and all civic affairs, belonged 
to the Society of Friends. He married 5-11-1807 Eliz., dau. 
Roger and Lydia (Peckham) White, b. 2-1-1790; d. 1-1-1819; 
married (2) 10-12-1819 Eliz. J., dau. Prince and Eliz. (Jenney) 
Hammond, b. 2-12-1798; d. 1-1-1871. 


Issue born in New Bedford, Mass. 


507 

Stephen Borden 

b 

8-6-1808 

d 

508 

Eliza Ann 

b 

8-11-1812 

d 


m 3-6-1832 

Thos. Lapham 



2 m 


Willard Nye 


509 

George Frederick 

b 

4 - 25- i8i 5 

d 

510 

Alexander R. 

b 

I-29-l8l7 

d 

511 

Sarah Hammond 

b 

I-26-l820 

d 


m 


Gilbert Thornton 

512 

Mary 

b 

4-24-1821 

d 


m 


Louis B. Cousins 


y unm 

9-8-1888 







ROBERT 

OF 

PLYMOUTH COLONY 

197 

513 

Abraham 

b 

1-31-1823 

d 

1870 unm 

514 

Lucy Aiken 

b 

5-17-1824 

d 



m 


Isaac C. Powell 


515 

Sophia Gooding 

b 

10-5-1826 

d 



m 


John Rose 




2 m 


John Oren 



516 

John A. 

b 

5 - 25- i 829 

d 


517 

William 

b 

9-27-1831 

d 

y unm 

518 

Robert T. 

b 

9-27-1831 

d 


519 

Francis Alanson 

b 

1-11-1834 

d 

5-17-1910 






No issue 


m 1873 

Eleanor Millan 



520 

Elizabeth Hammond b 

3-12-1836 

d 



m 


Henry Almy 



521 

William Thornton 

b 

6-16-1838 

d 

1877 


320 Capt. Lemual followed the sea many years, during the 
French and Indian war he was captured and held in a French 
prison for sometime. He married 5-27-1819 Mrs Ruth Allen, 
dau. Wm. and Silvia (Akin) Sowle. 


Issue born in Dartmouth, Mass. 


522 

Eliza W. 

b 

1820 d 

m 


Stephen M. Anthony 

523 

Rebecca 

b 

d 

m 


Benj. Kelley 

524 

Adelaide 

b 

d 

m 


Capt. Robt. Wyatt 

525 

Margaret 

b 

d unm 

526 

William S. 

b 

d 


324 William was a farmer and married 11-3-1819 Susanna, 
dau. Abner and Sarah ( ) Potter, b. 1:799 1 d. 

10-11-1835; married (2) 5-17-1836 Rebecca, dau. Abner and 
Sarah Potter, b. 5-25-1811; d. 10-4-1887. 

Issue born in New Bedford, Mass. 

527 William b 12-25-1820 d 2-19-1894 

528 Elizabeth b 2-8-1824 d 

m 1843 Wm. Maxfield 

2 m 4-12-1848 Chas. W. Potter 

529 Abner P. b 6-11-1826 d 


9-16-1881 



No issue 


198 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


530 

Charles O. b 

m 10-30-1872 

53 i 

Susan P. b 

m 8-4-1858 

2 m 5-31-1864 


532 

Sarah b 

m 12-26-1864 

533 

Anne M. b 

m 10-11-1863 

534 

Abigail R. b 


m 7-17-1867 

535 

George F. b 


m 8-11-1869 

536 

Caroline A. b 

m 3-19-1867 

537 

Henry H. b 


m 9-15-1875 

538 

Emma F. b 

539 

Avis H. b 


m 9-3-1879 

540 

Warren S. b 


2-11-1831 d 

Ida B. Thurston 

10- 27-1837 d 

Warren G. Sisson 
David A. Sisson 

10- 5-1838 d 

Henry C. Baker 

6-17-1840 d 

Lemuel M. Potter 

11- 25-1842 d 

Edw. W. Hicks 

8-3-1844 d 11-11-1870 

No issue 

Anne Houghton 
11-11-1846 d 

Jas. H. Damon 

7-7-1848 d 10-11-1889 

No issue 

Emma M. Ames 
11-28-1850 d 

11- 3-1854 d 

Fenner C. Brownell 

7-7-1858 d 


327 Lemual was a husbandman and married 7-29-1832 Ruth, 
dau. Abner and Sarah (Sherman) Wilcox, b. 10-25-1810; d. 

8-20-1890. 

Issue born in 


541 

Nancy Maria b 

6-25-1833 d 

7-14-1867 


m 6-3-1852 

John O. Little 



2 m 

Isaac Covert 


542 

Alice Sherman b 

2-11-1835 d 

12-21-1891 


. m 1859 

John C. Howland 


543 

Benjamin Peckham b 

8-1-1838 d 

11-1-1841 unm 

544 

Charles Lemuel b 

9-12-1840 d 

11-1-1841 unm 

545 

Ruth Almy b 

8-28-1843 d 



m 8-28-1864 

Henry W. Ivory 


546 

Adelaide Frances b 

10-20-1855 d 



m 5-30-1877 

Chas. H. Tucker 


328 Jabez was a farmer 

who emigrated early to the West. He 


married 5-19-1840 Sarah Jane White. 


ROBERT OF PLYMOUTH COLONY 


199 


547 Helen 
m 


Issue born in 

b 8-9-1843 d 
1-1-1863 Coit Spalding 


348 Josiah was a man of sound judgment and sterling worth, 
was Selectman for 17 years in Hanson, Ensign in the Militia and 
Deacon in the Baptist church. He married 11-5-1834 Eliza, dau. 
Pickels and Rachel (Cushing) Cushing, b. 5-1-1813; d. 4-20- 


1893. 

Issue born 

in Hanson, 

Mass. 


548 

Elizabeth Cushing b 

8-28-1835 

d 

4-30-1837 unm 

549 

Eliza Cushing b 

n-5-1837 

d 

10-1-1868 

m 7-9-1867 

Rev. J. R. Goddard 


550 

Isaac Bowen b 

11-25-1839 

d 

3-22-1875 unm 

55 i 

Albert Smith b 

3-31-1843 

d 

1-31-1916 





No issue 

552 

Mary Elizabeth b 

1-26-1847 

d 



m 1-26-1880 

Rev. Jos. B. Read 


553 

William Torrey b 

2-14-1851 

d 

8-12-1903 

554 

Lydia Holmes b 

3-12-1857 

d 



m 8-4-1881 

Arthur H. 1 

Olmstead 


349 Francis was a man of prominence in free state days in 
Kansas, at one time considered as candidate for Governor, was 
for many years a Baptist missionary and physician to the Shawnee 
Indians, an extraordinarily faithful and self-sacrificing man. He 
married 10-20-1839 Eliz., dau. Thaddeus and Mercy (Fuller) 
Churchill, b. 1809; d. 8-23-1881. 


Issue born in Johnson Co., Kan. 


555 

Mary Frances 

b 

10-8-1840 

d 

I 9 I 7 



m 10-25-1 

873 

Wm. L. Miles 



556 

Francis Churchill 

b 

11-10-1842 

d 12-25-1842 

unm 

557 

William Bowen 

b 

11-10-1842 

d 



558 

Maria Deleno 

b 

3-21-1845 

d 

7-30-1847 

unm 

559 

Ellen Sophronia 

b 

9-5-1846 

d 



m 3-25-1 

t—i 

00 

Milton Titterington 



560 

Isaac Thaddeus 

b 

8-7-1850 

d 

1-26-1877 

unm 

561 

Francis Irving 

b 

9-30-1852 

d 

4-2-1853 

unm 

562 

Edward Irving 

b 

1-11-1855 

d 

y 

unm 





200 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


351 Josiah served with his father in the Rev. war when only 
13, in 1782 was on the La Hague, under Capt. Manley, on a 
cruise in the West Indies. After the war, he took up ship build¬ 
ing in New Brunswick in 1786, in 1795 he opened a shipyard at 
Charlestown, Mass, and built 48 vessels from 1786-1816, one was 
the sloop “Frolic” at the cost of $72,095. He was appointed U. S. 
Naval Constructor 1-1-1811, retired 7-7-1846. He made the plans 
of the “Portsmouth” launched 1843, serving the Navy over fifty 
years. He married 12-9-1787 Penelope, dau. Capt. Seth and 
Mary (Turner) Hatch, b. 11-24-1759; d. 5-11-1841. 


Issue born in Pembroke, Mass. 


563 Sarah b 

m 1-18-1818 

564 Josiah Hatch b 

565 Mary b 

m 1-11-1818 

566 Ebenezer b 

567 Seth b 


2-19-1788 d 9-24-1845 

Capt. Robt. B. Edes 
8-13-1789 d 

8- 1-1794 d 11-30-1874 

Capt. Francis A. Burnham 

9- 9-1796 d 1-4-1868 

1-17-1799 d 6-20-1866 


352 Loring was a ship-carpenter associated with his brother 
Josiah first at St. Andrews, N. B. thence to Charlestown, Mass. 
He married 6-5-1791 Mary, dau. Edw. and Margaret (Roberts) 
Ross. b. 1769; d. 3-31-1838. 


Issue born in St Andrews, N. B. and Charlestown, Mass. 


568 

Priscilla b 

9-1-1792 

d 



m 5-2-1816 

Jas. M. Pierce 




2 m 1833 

Wm. Sprague 




3 m 6-18-1848 

Capt. Robt. B. Edes 

569 

Margaret Ross b 

1-28-1794 

d 

7-17-1865 


m 10-4-1818 

Micajah Rice 



570 

Edward Ross b 

9 - 7-1795 

d 

6-11-1796 unm 

571 

Mary Ann b 

4-27-1796 

d 



m 8-11-1825 

Beni. Litchfield 


572 

Ebenezer b 

5-3-1799 

d 

8-28-1839 

S 73 

John Loring b 

12-8-1802 

d 

8-23-1823 unm 

574 

Harriet b 

1-17-1805 

d 

1889 


m 11-30-1826 

Ira Goodrich 


575 

Thomas Motley b 

11-10-1806 

d 

4-11-1863 

576 

George b 

3-26-1809 

d 

9-23-1860 

577 

Edward Ross b 

7-24-1811 

d 

1-11-1813 unm 





ROBERT OF PLYMOUTH COLONY 


201 


354 Ebenezer was a blacksmith and a farmer. He married 
1798 Polly Budlong. b. 3-20-1779; d. 10-8-1862. 


Issue born in Ticonderoga, N. Y. 


578 

Priscilla 

m 

b 

4-2-1799 d 

Horace Holmes 

8-24-1870 

579 

Ebenezer 

b 

11-17-1800 

d 

1-16-1881 

580 

John 

b 

2-6-1803 

d 

7-5-1871 

581 

Daniel B. 

b 

4-1-1805 

d 

12-13-1881 

582 

Macomber 

b 

9-2-1807 

d 

8-11-1884 

583 

Loring 

b 

7-29-1809 

d 

4-11-1882 

584 

Josiah 

b 

5-15-1811 

d 

7—9—1866 

58 s 

Rhodes 

b 

12-14-1814 

d 

1-5-1880 

586 

James 

b 

1-10-1817 

d 


587 

Joseph 

b 

7-1-1819 

d 

7-9-1819 unm 

588 

Pelig 

b 

8-31-1822 

d 


589 

George T. 

b 

9-16-1825 

d 



356 John was a blacksmith and married 10-20-1796 Ruth B., 
dau. Josiah and Mary (184) Smith, b. 4-12-1773; d. 


Issue born in Salem and Pembroke, Mass. 


590 

Maria 

b 

12-3-1797 

d 

5-19-1799 

unm 

591 

Ruth 

b 

7-16-1798 

d 

6-7-1885 


592 

Mary Smith 

b 

12-23-1800 

d 

9-29-1860 



m 6-11- 

1827 

Stephen T. Wescott 


593 

John Loring 

b 

10-24-1802 

d 

9-2-1803 

unm 

594 

John 

b 

1-31-1804 

d 


unm 

595 

Sarah 

b 

11-16-1805 

d 

12-28-1891 

unm 

596 

Elizabeth 

b 

3-8-1807 

d 




m 9-18-1827 

Edw. C. Howe 




597 

William Bentley 

b 

10-31-1808 

d 

10-6-1846 


598 

Judith Miller 

b 

7-20-1810 

d 

5-4-1857 



m 12-14-1837 

Wm. Wescott 




599 

Joshua 

b 

9-26-1811 

d 


unm 

600 

Isaiah Dunster 

b 

11-26-1812 

d 



601 

Lydia Sprague 

b 

11-9-1814 

d 


unm 

602 

Jacob 

b 

9-24-1816 

d 

n-29-1893 



358 Thomas was a builder of private armed vessels and mar¬ 
ried Mary Hutchins. 


202 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


Issue born in Salem, Mass. 


603 

Mary Ann 

b 

d 

y 

unm 

604 

Macomber 

b 

d 

y 

unm 

605 

Abigail 

b 

d 



m 6-17- 

-1804 

Absalom Phillips 



606 

Mary Ann 

b 

d 




359 Barnabas was a farmer and married 1-29-1792 Huldah 
Sherman. 

Issue born in Pembroke, Mass. 

607 Huldah b 1793 d 

608 Barnabas b d 

360 Elisha was a ship builder, building among many vessels 

“Sally” in 1802. He married 2-15-1797 Rebecca, dau. Elisha and 
Eliz. (Studley) Curtis, b. ; d. 9-17-1798; married (2) 

8-23-1801 Deborah C. Bartlett, b. 4-21-1782; d. 1846. 


Issue born in Hanover, Mass. 


609 

Elisha b 

11-29-1797 

d 


610 

Nathaniel C. b 

6-11-1802 

d 

2-22-1830 

611 

Clarissa Bartlett b 

1-4-1804 

d 

1-22-1826 


m 

Chas. Keen 



612 

Frederick Bartlett b 

12-22-1805 

d 

3-5-1808 unm 

613 

Charles b 

7-19-1807 

d 

8-20-1843 

614 

Barnabas b 

1-13-1810 

d 

1-19-1834 unm 

615 

Deborah C. b 

7-7-1812 

d 

12-30-1835 


m 3-11-1829 

Jas. H. Stetson 



616 

George M. b 

9-16-1814 

d 

12-15-1835 unm 

617 

Susan Bartlett b 

11-24-1816 

d 

5-30-1893 


m 2-28-1836 

Roger Stetson 



618 

Rebecca P. b 

4-11-1819 

d 

1-28-1851 


m 4-25-1841 

Thos. T. Whitman 


619 

Benjamin b 

10-1-1821 

d 

y unm 

620 

Peleg Bartlett b 

6-24-1823 

d 

8-20-1843 unm 


361 Thomas was a husbandman and married 2-10-1796 Urania, 
dau. Robt. and Ruth (Crocker) Howland, b. 6-7-1776; d. 

Issue born in Woodstock, Conn. 


621 Michael 

622 Thomas 

623 Urania 


b 

b 

b 


d 

d 

d 


ROBERT OF PLYMOUTH COLONY 


203 


374 Robert married 4-3-1822 Mary C., dau. Gideon and Lydia 
(Cushing) White, b. 4-29-1805; d. 1-7-1892. 


Issue born in 


624 George Cushing 

b 5-7-1826 

d 

1-4-1892 

378 Benjamin was a 

successful farmer, moving later to Wis- 

consin. He married 

Ann Johnson. 


Issue 

born in Phillips, 

Me. 


625 Benjamin 

b 

d 

y unm 

626 Benjamin jr. 

b 

d 


627 Ann 

b 8-28-1801 

d 


628 Jacob 

b 4-7-1803 

d 

1-11-1890 

629 Martha 

b 4-27-1805 

d 


630 Carr 

b 1807 

d 


382 Caleb was a farmer and stock raiser. 

He married 2-12- 

1809 Mary Woodward. 

b. 3-10-1780; d. 

3 -ii 

-1880. 

Issue born in Dresden, 

Me. 


631 

b 

d 


632 

b 

d 


633 

b 

d 


634 

b 

d 



387 Gideon was a prosperous farmer and married 7-8-1821 
Clementina, dau. Nathaniel and Sarah (Goodwin) Bailey jr. b. 
2-9-1800; d. 11-2-1882. 


Issue born in Dresden, Me. 


63s 

Hannah 

m 10-12- 

b 

-1845 

5-6-1822 
Albert Kelley 

d 

6-6-1880 


636 

Nathaniel B. 

b 

7-10-1823 

d 

4-8-1833 

unm 

637 

Illathea 

b 

1-13-1825 

d 

3-14-1833 

unm 

638 

Gustavus A. 

b 

2-25-1827 

d 

5-14-1907 


639 

Edward H. 

b 

12-9-1828 

d 

3-15-1833 

unm 

640 

Lydia J. 

b 

4-3-1831 

d 

2-9-1833 

unm 

641 

Illathuera 

b 

8-23-1833 

d 

9-11-1907 

unm 

642 

Thomas N. 

b 

4-4-1835 

d 

12-28-1857 

unm 


204 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


643 Edward H. b 

644 Gideon b 

645 Lydia C. b 

m 7-10-1865 


9-25-1837 d 8-21-1903 

11-10-1839 d 

8-30-1842 d 

Fred H. Tibbets 


388 John jr. was a farmer and married int. 12-4-1813 Lovina 
Williams, b. 12-4-1790; d. 10-13-1858. 


646 Samuel 

647 

648 

649 John 


Issue born in Pittston, Me. 

b 1814 d 

b d 

b d 

b 2-26-1822 d 


4-7-1814 unm 
8-26-1826 unm 


389 Clark was a farmer and married 6-7-1812 
Eldred. 


Issue born in Pittston, Me. 


Emma 


F. 


650 Charles S. 

651 Judah 

652 

653 

654 Gideon 


b 9-14-1812 d 

b 6-17-1817 d 

b d 

b d 

b 4-23-1826 d 


11- 16-1836 unm 

12- 23-1836 unm 


a farmer, moving later in life to Madison, Wis. 
1824 Jane Grey. 

Issue born in Augusta, Me. 


392 Isaac was 
He married 


655 Laura 

656 Isaac Milton 

657 Gustavius 

658 Clarence 

659 Lucinda 


b 6-20-1824 

b 

b 

b 

b 


d 

d unm 

d 
d 
d 


393 Gideon was a school teacher and married 9-6-1827 Annah 
Eldred, b. ; d. 2-7-1848; married (2) int. 7-30-1848 

Eliz. G. Lord. 



ROBERT OF PLYMOUTH COLONY 


205 


Issue born in Pittston, Me. 


660 

Julia Emma 

b 

11-22-1830 

d 


m 1-4-1854 

Marshall Blin 


661 

Joseph Colburn 

b 

5-6-1833 

d 

662 

William Wallace 

b 

4-2-1835 

d 

663 

Gideon jr. 

b 

12-21-1837 

d 

664 

Isaac 

b 


d 

a 

Oliver 

b 


d 

b 

Lydia 

b 


d 

c 

Harriet 

b 


d 

d 

Frederic G. 

b 

4-23-1850 

d 

e 

Charles Edwin 

b 

2-2-1853 

d 

f 

Wilbur 

b 

5-14-1858 

d 


11-17-1838 unm 


6-23-1854 unm 


394 Oliver was in general merchandise business with his 
brother Gideon, he moved in 1844 to Chicago, Ill., thence to Lee 
Co. where he bought a farm, going once a year via team to 
Chicago, 100 miles with produce, then buying provisions to return. 
He married 12-2-1830 Caroline, dau. Jas. and Eliz. (Pierce) Linn, 
b. 8-27-1813; d. 5-15-1886. 


Issue born in Windsor, Me. and Dixon, Ill. 


665 

John Clarke 

b 

3 -i - : 833 d 

2-19-1897 

666 

James Linn 

b 

2-11-1835 d 

10-8-1862 unm 


Killed in the battle of Perryville, Ky. 


667 

George Asbury 

b 

2-3-1837 d 

9-5-1860 unm 

668 

Sarah Elizabeth 

b 

3-16-1840 d 

12-16-1861 unm 

669 

Lydia Almira 

b 

11-26-1841 d 



m 6-25-1874 

Marshall Dimock 


670 

Milton Edward 

b 

4-17-1846 d 

7-14-1914 

671 

Harriet Caroline 

b 

3-6-1849 d 

12-19-1915 


m 6-25- 

1875 

Alfred R. Tagg 



401 Turner was a farmer and married Isabella Morrison. 


Issue born in Dresden, Me. 


672 Elizabeth M. 

m 

673 Isabella 

m 


b 

b 


d 

Jos. Lyman 

d 

Lyman Priest 


2o6 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


406 

Rich. 


674 

675 

676 

677 

678 

679 

680 
68l 


Ira Thomas was a farmer and married 9-13-1836 Ann D. 
b. 11-8-1813; d. 7-10-1893. 


Issue born in Medford, Mass. 


William Henry S. 
Irving Scudder 

Timothy Francis 
Wesley Pickering 
Charles Stevens 
Joanna Florence 
Edward Spooner 


b 1-6-1839 
b 8-24-1842 
b 8-24-1844 
b 10-9-1845 
b 4-9-1847 
b 9-26-1849 
b 10-29-1851 
b 3-6-1853 


d 

d 8-18-1843 unm 

d 8-26-1844 unm 

d 
d 
d 

d 5-26-1858 unm 
d 


408 Watters Burr married 9-20-1841 Lucy, dau. Stephen and 
Sylvia (Damon) Sherman, b. 10-4-1820; d. 2-2-1883. 


Issue born in 


682 Lucy Burr b 

m 5-31-1866 

683 Laura b 

m 11-22-1868 

684 Walter Scott b 


5- 30-1843 d 

Elbridge Briggs 

6- 23-1847 d 

Melvin Little 

7- 2 5- l8 5i d 


3-2G-I888 


409 Joshua was a husbandman and married 4-23-1843 Sarah 
B., dau. Benj. and Louisa (Skinner) Norwood, b. 7-23-1819; d. 

3-5-1879- 

Issue born in Woburn, Mass. 


685 Mary Ellen b 6-3-1846 

m Geo. Gibson 

686 Velma Jeannette b 4-5-1853 

687 Benjamin Norwood b 1-20-1856 

688 Anthony Irving b 4-19-1859 


d 10-16-1879 
d 

d 10-11-1858 unm 
d 8-19-1863 unm 


411 John Sylvester was a farmer and married Mary 

E., dau. Isaiah and Mary ( ) Crocker, b. 1-11-1839; 

d. 5-12-1877. 

Issue born in 

689 Elizabeth B. b 11-2-1860 d 

690 Chester Sylvester b 9-19-1862 d 


unm 




ROBERT OF PLYMOUTH COLONY 


207 


SEVENTH GENERATION 


420 Edward Hussey was a farmer and married Lydia 


C., dau. Jas. and Lydia (Cary) Athaern. b. 11-28-1810; d. 


Issue born 

in Nantucket, Mass. 

691 

Harriet Webb 

b 

9-6-1834 d 

692 

George A. 

b 

8-8-1836 d 

693 

Charles E. 

b 

12-16-1839 d 

694 


b 

11-8-1842 d 1842 unm 

695 

Alice 

b 

1844 d 

696 

Henry B. 

b 

8-29-1845 d 


422 James Hussey was a mariner and married Mary C., 
dau. Jos. and Mary ( ) Barney. 


Issue born in Nantucket, Mass. 


697 James 

698 Elizabeth S. 

m 
2 m 


b 1-8-1840 d 

b 8-25-1843 d 4-20-1923 

Mj. L. C. Overman 
1899 Wm. C. Boone 


433 Wharton was a prominent financier, publicist and populist 
candidate for President of the United States in 1900. He grad¬ 
uated from the Univ. of Pennsylvania in 1866 and became a junior 
member of the banking firm of his father, in 1878 he was 
appointed special agent in this country of the Russian government 
to take care of its financial affairs and the construction of four 
warships for its navy. So successful was he that Czar Alexander 
II. decorated him with the order of St. Stanislaus. He was a 
trustee for 41 years of the Univ. of Penn, and an author and 
editor, one of his important treatises was on “Bimetallism,” was 
active in all civic affairs and politics,” was a very remarkable man 
and a great American.” 

He married 10-16-1867 Margaret Corliss, dau. Joseph and 
Rachel (White) Baker, b. 10-16-1848; d. ; celebrating 

their golden wedding anniversary in 1917. 


208 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


Issue born in Wyncote, Pa. 


699 Samuel Playdock 

700 Rodman 

701 Folger 


b 2—20—1872 d 
b 11-23-1873 d 
b 11-8-1876 d 


454 Benjamin was in the lumber business, when a young man 
he went to western New York state and became interested in oil 
business there but soon returned to Fall River, Mass, where he 
conducted his lumber yard for many years. He married 12-1- 
1847 Catherine J., dau. Jas. and Hannah (Jackson) Dennis, b. 
12-7-1829; d. 1-3-1905. 


Issue born in Tiverton, R. I. 


702 Richard Jackson b 

703 William Herbert b 

704 Benjamin jr. b 

m 8-7-1910 

705 Catherine Wheaton b 

m 4-30-1891 


1-27-1849 d 11-26-1921 

10-4-1855 d 1-20-1857 unm 

7-19-1858 d No issue 

Hildur E. Swenson 
1-25-1863 d 

Effingham Cock Haight 


455 Abraham Thomas when a young man in 1852 went to San 
Francisco to seek his fortune, he went on a sailing vessel the 
“Shooting Star” and it took nearly four months to make the trip 
by way of Cape Horn, he wrote a most interesting diary of the 
trip, which is now in the possession of your historian. He 
returned after a year or so and went into the lumber business, 
becoming a partner of Cook Borden & Co. in Fall River, Mass, 
was active in civic affairs. He married 4-22-1857 Ellen M., dau. 
Thos. and Lydia (Purinton) Frye. b. 1-7-1829; d. 10-13-1868; 
married (2) 6-14-1869 Sarah, i dau. Valentine and Jane (Rush- 
more) Willets. b. 4-14-1837; d. 4-28-1926. 

Issue born in Fall River, Mass. 

706 Edward b 7-14-1859 d 5-25-1925 

707 Abram b 2-14-1861 d No issue 

m 6-12-1900 Avis L. Chapman 

708 Margaret Buffurn b 1-7-1864 d 12-13-1889 unm 

709 Ellen b 2-4-1873 d 



ROBERT OF PLYMOUTH COLONY 


209 


461 Samuel Partridge lived on the homestead and looked after 
the farm, thus seven generations occupied the one home continu¬ 
ously until a few years ago, when the house became the Hatherly 
Inn., He married 7-30-1854 Almeda L., dau. Jas. and Almeda 
(Colemen) Otis. b. 1-27-1829; d. 


Issue born in Scituate, Mass. 

710 Otis b 3-8-1856 d 

711 William Kendrick b 2-20-1859 d 3-8-1887 

No issue 

m 12-8-1885 Mary Hammond 


467 Joseph was a ranchman and stock raiser. He married 
Ruth, dau. Belford and Eliz. (Linton) Griffith, b. 


II-II 

-1807; d. 11- 

-12-1885. 




Issue born in Athens, O. 

712 

Francis M. 

b 

d 

713 

Michael H. 

b 

d unm 

714 

Isadore 

b 

1840 d 

715 

Isabelle 

b 

d 


m 


Wm. McAdams 

716 

Elizabeth 

b 

d No issue 


m 


Columbus Pierce 

717 

Rhoda 

b 

d 


m 


Rolla Ford 

718 

Ruth 

b 

d 


m 


Wm. Silvey 

719 

Joseph 

b 

4-10-1849 d 8-3-1924 

720 

Ann 

b 

d 


m 


Surgus Bingham 


477 Charles was 

a farmer and married 

Catherine 

Friesner. 

Issue born in Logan, O. 


721 Charles Isaac 

b d 



497 John Wood was a farmer and married 12-16-1862 Ruth 
P., dau. Wm. and Lydia ( ) Briggs, b. 1-15-1831; d. 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


210 


Issue born in Dartmouth, Mass. 


722 

Mary J. 

b 


m 

10-1-1884 

723 

Elizabeth 

P. b 

m 

6-9-1888 

724 

Sarah N. 

b 

m 

9-10-1889 

725 

Annie H. 

b 


2-i5-1863 d 

Chas. F. Grow 
2-9-1864 d 

Robt. F. Seabury 
5-19-1869 d 

Chas. N. Winslow 
4-12-1871 d 


498 Joseph was a farmer and married 8-21-1865 Charlotte A., 
dau. Arnold and Mahala ( ) Thomas, b. 6-5-1844; d. 

Issue born in Dartmouth, Mass. 

726 b d 

727 b d 

728 b d 


502 Charles White married 4-29-1825 Sylvia, dau. Henry and 
Edy (Howland) Tucker, b. 7-24-1806; d. 6-24-1881. 


Issue born in Dartmouth, Mass. 


729 

Lydia White b 

3-7-1826 

d 

1-16-1895 


m 9-15-1853 

Reuben Howland 


730 

Stephen b 

1-28-1828 

d 

5-12-1831 unm 

731 

Stephen b 

6-7-1831 

d 

7-1-1895 

732 

Cynthia b 

6-10-1833 

d 



m . 9-3-1857 

Capt. John Horan 


733 

Sarah White b 

5-7-1841 

d 



m 3-15-1867 

Jos. C. Francis 



734 

Edith Howland b 

5-7-1841 

d 



m 12-23-1861 

Jos. C. Haskins 


735 

Charles White b 

11-18-1843 

d 

7-29-1905 _ 





No issue 


m 5-15-1865 

Emily Kelley 



736 

Henrietta Tucker b 

12-29-1846 

d 



509 George Frederick was a farmer and married 1841 

Eliz. Barnard. 



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Issue born in New Bedford, Mass. 


737 Martha 

b 

1842 d 

m 


John Merrill 

738 George Frederick 

b 

d 

739 Sarah Joy 

b 

d 

m 


Chas. H. Grierson 

740 John Converse 

b 

d 

510 Alexander Reed 

was 

a husbandman and married 

Lucinda 


; married (2) Rebecca 

Childs. 

Issue born in 

New Bedford, Mass. 

741 Mary Childs 

b 

d 1925 

m 


Chas. L. Plummer 


516 John A. was a farmer and married 

Issue born in New Bedford, Mass. 

742 William b d 

743 John b d y unm 


518 Robert T. was a successful farmer and married 
Amy Tripp. 

Issue born in New Bedford, Mass. 

744 Emma b d 

745 b d 

746 b d 


521 William Thornton served in Co E. 3rd. Reg. Mass. Vols. 
Inf. during the Rev. war with distinction, honorable discharge in 
1865. He married 6-25-1872 Isabell M., dau. Thos. and Ann 
(Matheson) Berry, b. 10-29-1841; d. 7-2-1916. 

Issue born in New Bedford, Mass. 

747 Helen Gorden b 7-27-1873 d 

748 Alice Freeman b 6-5-1875 d 


212 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


527 William was a farmer and married 9-22-184 2 Mary, dau. 
Caleb and Hannah (Davis) Slade, b. 4-11-1820; d. 10-12-1900. 

Issue born in New Bedford, Mass. 

749 Mary Elizabeth b 10-7-1847 d 
m Alden T. Potter 


529 Abner P. married 9-30-1853 Sarah Anne, dau. Jos. and 
Eliz. (Gifford) Davis, b. 10-15-1830; d. 


Issue born in La Tox, Ill. and Mass. 


750 

751 

752 

753 


Ellen S. M. b 

m 3-30-1882 
Annie E. J. b 

m 6-9-1886 
2 m 12-9-1897 
Abigail I. L. b 
m 12-25-1884 
Mary F. R. b 

m 10-21-1888 


12-23-1864 d 
Francis H. Ellis 
5-1-1866 d 
J. E. Gelette 
Dr. Jas. H. Allen 
12-4-1867 d 
Edw. Shaw 
4-23-1871 d 
Sam’l. F. Gifford 


540 Warren S. married 1-25-1881 Alice K., dau. Robt. K. and 
Eliz. (Thatcher) Remington, b. 4-29-1861; d. 

Issue born in 

754 Harold Remington b 8-25-1882 d 

755 Edith Rebecca b 5-23-1884 d 

m 10-21-1908 E. Gordon Thatcher 


551 Rear Admiral Albert Smith L T . S. N. had an active and 
notable naval career, was appointed to Annapolis U. S. Naval 
Acad, in 1859, graduating as an ensign in 1862, was assigned to 
the “Mississippi,” which saw service in the blockading squadron 
on the west coast of the Gulf of Mexico. He was at the capture 
of New Orleans in 1862, commissioned Lieut, in 1864, Lt. Com¬ 
mander in 1866, Captain in 1892, Rear Admiral in 1899. 

While in command of a torpedo station in 1873, he experimented 
with dynamite shells and was the first man in America to fire 
them. He was in command of the “Enterprise” in 1882 which 





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213 


made the trip around the world for the purpose of taking deep 
sea soundings, later he published “Deep Sea Soundings” a record 
of this work. He was in command of the “Newark,” which was 
the flagship of the fleet in the Spanish-American war and subse¬ 
quently took command of the Asiatic station, relieving Admiral 
Dewey. Previous to his retirement in 1905, he had command of 
the navy yards at Norfolk, Mare Island and New York where at 
the latter place, your historian had the pleasure of seeing him. 

He married 10-26-1894 Mrs. Ellen B. Maxwell, dau. John and 
Rebecca (Mershorn) Blackmar. 

553 William Torrey graduated in 1873 from Harvard and 
became a paper manufacturer, was Pres. American Paper Trade 
Asso. for some time. He married 6-24-1878 Susan W., dau. 
Henry H. and Eliz. (Beal) Warden, b. 1-17-1857; d. 

Issue born in Jamaica Plain, Mass. 


756 

Elizabeth Cushing b 

9-15-1879 

d 

757 

Louisa Beal 

b 

1-17-1881 

d 

758 

Marion Appleton 

b 

1-13-1884 

d 


m 9-19-1904 

Regenald H. Howe 

759 

William Bowen 

b 

1-6-1889 

d 

760 

Judith Drew 

b 

7-30-1892 

d 


m 


John S. Miller 

jr. 

76l 

William Torrey 

b 

8-18-1895 

d 


557 William Bowen was a ranchman and married 3-4-1869 
Rosalpha D., dau. Chas. W. and Sarah M. (Spurlock) Garrett, 
b. 10-6-1847; d. 2-19-1905. 


Issue born in Lawrence, Kan. 


762 Antoniette Lee b 1-18-1870 d 

763 James Francis b 10-18-1871 d 

764 Sarah Elizabeth b 5-20-1874 d 

m 6-7-1900 Frank D. Tracy 

765 Rose Etta b 8-29-1879 d 

766 Mary Etta b 8-29-1879 d 

767 William Albert G. b 9-18-1887 d 


12-4-1870 unm 
10-18-1871 unm 


564 Josiah Hatch was a farmer and married 11-21-1813 Mary 
C. Shattuck. 


214 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


Issue born in 


768 Mary Cordelia bp 

769 Charles Frederick bp 

770 William Henry bp 

771 Josiah Hatch b 

772 Mary b 


1-1-1815 

1-1-1815 

7-20-1817 


d 

d 

d 

d 

d 


566 Hon Ebenezer was associated with his father in ship¬ 
building, in 1818 he made a voyage to Calcutta as supercargo on 
the “Aurora,” was a civil engineer and built the Fresh Pond and 
Fitchburg railroads, Bridge Commissioner several times, County 
Com. in Middlesex 9 years, Representative in 1859, Alderman for 
Ward I in first city government of Charlestown, Mass. He mar¬ 
ried 1-21-1827 Sally, dau. Dr. Jabez and Lucy (Loring) Fuller, 
lineal descendant of Sam’l Fuller of the Mayflower, b. 4-5-1801; 
d. 11-13-1890. 

Issue born in Charlestown, Mass. 

773 Caroline Tufts b 2-4-1830 d 9-26-1911 

m 12-12-1855 Justin Winsor 

774 Eben Francis b 3-8-1833 d 2-14-1908 

No issue 

m 1-12-1871 Eleanor S. Felton 

775 Lucy Loring b 3-13-1835 d 

m 4-24-1862 Dr. John S. Whiting 

776 Edward Tobey b 4-14-1840 d 9-6-1913 

No issue 

m 11-9-1899 Eliz. L. (Hooper) Barker 
Supt. of Delivery in Boston Post Office 40 years 

777 Frederick Alden b 1-5-1845 d 8-31-1880 


567 Seth in 1819 made a voyage of three years to N. W. Coast 
in ship “Volunteer,” on his return was offered the Captaincy of 
this ship and accepted, made several trips to China, St. Petersburg 
etc. He left the sea in 1838 and was associated with his father in 
shipbuilding. He married 10-29-1840 Harriet S., dau. Isaac and 
Alice (Carter) Mead. b. 12-23-1819; d. 6-20-1854. 

Issue born in Hanover, Mass. 

778 Alice Mead b 6-19-1848 d 4-4-1864 unm 




ROBERT OF PLYMOUTH COLONY 


2I 5 


572 Ebenezer married 12-25-1827 Lydia, dau. Donald and 
Margaret (Ross) McLachlan. b. 12-27-1798; d. 

Issue born in Charlestown, Mass. 

779 Arabella Douglas b 6-9-1831 d 3-26-1832 unm 

780 Arabella Wood b 11-15-1833 d 

m 12-3-1854 Geo. E. Mackintire 

575 Thomas Motley married Margaret McLauchlin. 

Issue born in Charlestown, Mass. 

781 Arabella b d 

m Geo. Machintin 


576 George married 4-11-1832 Lydia, dau. Jas. and Lydia P. 
(Stetson) Pollard, b. 4-23-1806; d. 9-6-1866. 

Issue born in Charlestown, Mass. 

782 George Frederick b 7-14-1835 d 5-25-1910 

783 James Loring b 6-12-1841 d 

784 Margaret Frances b 6-18-1844 d 

m 12-25-1867 Robt. D. Kelly 

581 Daniel was a farmer and married 

Issue born in 

785 Charles b d 

built “Barker House” at Manitou Springs, Col. 

585 Rhodes published a revised edition of the Bible in 1846 
at Manville, N. J. where he had a general store, thence to So. 
Brookfield, N. J. in 1857 became a farmer in Bridgeport and 
Woodbury, N. J. He married 1-1-1840 Lavantia Baker, b. 
6-27-1816; d. 3-24-1846; married (2) 8-25-1847 Mary Etta, dau. 
Justinian and Ambrosia (Crandall) Huntington, b. 1-19-1828; d. 

Issue born in Manville and S. Brookfield, N. J. 

786 Hannah Janet b 7-26-1841 d 3-24-1842 unm 

787 Chauncey West b 2-14-1844 d 


2 l6 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


788 Lavantia J. b 3-1-1846 d 5-8-1846 unm 

789 Charles Rhodes b 11-12-1848 d 9-4-1913 

790 Mary Elizabeth b 12-9-1850 d 

m 10-11-1870 Dr. E. W. Lawrence 

791 George Huntington b 1-14-1857 d 

792 James Newton b 9-13-1865 d 2-7-1926 


588 Peleg was a farmer and married 


793 Frank 

794 Delbert 

795 Mary 

796 Lucy 


Issue born in 

b 

b 

b 

b 


d 

d 

d 

d 


589 George T. was a ranchman and married 

Issue born in 

797 John b d 


597 William Bentley married 4-26-1836 Sarah A., dau. Michael 
and Abigail ( ) Noyes, b. 5-27-1816; d. 3-28-1851. 


Issue born in 

798 Lydia H. b 5-17-1837 d 1-24-1841 unm 

799 Joshua R. b 11-27-1838 d 

800 Sarah Ann b 2-17-1840 d 

m 1-6-1859 Isaiah A. Rogers 

801 Maria E. b 9-17-1842 d 12-20-1845 unm 

802 Charles b 11-17-1844 d 11-11-1845 unm 


601 Jacob was a carpenter and married 1-1-1844 Maria L., 
dau. Eben and Sarah (Sanborn) Upton, b. 9-4-1821; d. 

Issue born in Salem, Mass. 

803 Henrietta Hoyt b 5-2-1845 d 

m 2-22-1867 Geo. P. Farrington 


609 Elisha was interested in shipbuilding, living for a time 
at Methuen, Mass, thence to Portland, Me. He married 
1818 Charlotte Emery, b. 3-17-1798; d. 




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217 


Issue born in 


804 

Charles 

b 

12-4-1819 

d 

805 

Rebecca 

b 

5-30-1821 

d 

806 

Elisha C. 

b 

9-18-1822 

d 

807 

Julia A. 

b 

10-28-1824 

d 

808 

Clarissa 

b 

3-10-1826 

d 

809 

John E. 

b 

12-28-1827 

d 

810 

George 

b 

1-18-1830 

d 

811 

Henry A. 

b 

1-2-1832 

d 

812 

Mary H. 

b 

1-28-1834 

d 

813 

Caroline 

b 

12-6-1835 

d 


613 Charles was a farmer and married 12-14-1831 Ellen 
Torrence. 

Issue born in Pembroke, Mass. 

814 Susan Ellen b d 


624 George Cushing married 12-26-1852 Hannah E., dau. 
Algernon S. and Hannah (Bartlett) Sylvester, b. 7-11-1830; d. 
8-23-1883. 

Issue born in 

815 Mary Elizabeth b 10-7-1853 d 5-9-1886 

m 4-8-1880 Ichabod T. Loring 

816 Robert b 1-27-1859 d 7-19-1859 unm 

630 Benjamin jr. was a farmer and married 1820 


Issue born in 

817 Hannah b 10-8-1821 d 

m Ruel Smith 

818 Elizabeth b 3-30-1823 d 

819 Joseph J. b d 

820 Ruel b d 

638 Gustavus A. was a partner of Barker & Tibbetts Express, 
later moved to Dresden, Me. He married Rebecca J. 

Hofes. 

Issue born in W. Somerville, Mass. 

821 b d 


2 l8 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


643 Edward H. went to sea at 21 to California, was in Idaho 
at the formation of the territorial government, was first miner in 
Montana, was in Spokane, Wash, when no white man dwelt within 
200 miles, was contractor for Union Pacific railroad, later in 1884 
was Supt. for an ice co. at home. He married 6-23-1870 Martha 
A., dan. John A. and Abby C. ( ) Twycross. 


Issue born in Dresden, Me. 


822 

John Austin 

b 

M 

00 

M 

d 

y 

unm 

823 

Carr Edward 

b 


d 

y 

unm 

824 

Abigail C. 

b 


d 



825 

Nathaniel B. T. 

b 


d 



826 

Lois N. 

b 


d 



827 

Marcia I. 

b 


d 



828 

Martha A. 

b 


d 




644 Gideon was a farmer and married Lucy A. 

Bickford. 

Issue born in Dresden, Me. 

829 Elizabeth Ella b 10-2-1867 d 


658 Clarence was a ranchman and married 1879 

Issue born in Austin, Ill. 

830 Clarence Dryden b 1880 d 

831 Hazel b d 

m Thos. C. Johnson 


661 Joseph C. was a husbandman and married int. 9-9-1854 
Eliz. Emerson. 

Issue born in Pittston, Me. 


832 

Wallace 

b 

d 


833 

Joseph 

b 

d 


834 

Julia 

b 

d 


835 

Charles 

b 

d 

unm 

836 

Wilbert 

b 

d 

y unm 


662 William Wallace was a farmer and married 
Abbie D., dau. Manthano and Lydia (Stuart) Noyes, b. 3-15- 
1837; d. 


ROBERT OF PLYMOUTH COLONY 219 

Issue born in Pittston, Me. 

836a Frederic Wallace b 3-27-1857 d 

665 John Clarke served in the battle of Perryville, Ky. in the 
Civil war, later he became a successful lawyer and Judge, he 
served in the Ill. Legislature. Pie married 10-14-1869 Eliz. E., 
dau. David and Sarah (Cornell) Vaughan, b. 4-11-1843; d. 

Issue born in Chicago, Ill. 

837 John Vaughan b 1-31-1872 d 

838 Sarah Louisa b 1-14-1874 d 

m 4-7-1898 John W. Panushka 


670 Milton Edward enlisted at 16 as drummer boy in Co. H. 
Reg. 75, Ill. in Civil war, later entered the real estate business, 
highly esteemed by all. He married 2-15-1876 M. Adelia A., dau. 
John H. and Mary E. (Dimock) Dimock. b. 5-14-1852; d. 1-16- 
1894. 

Issue born in Chicago and Wilmette, Ill. 

839 Mira Katherine b 6-11-1878 d 

840 Charles Dimock b 12-24-1879 d 1-9-1894 unm 

841 Milton Edward b 6-29-1882 d 


674 William Henry Stillman married 1864 Hephzibah C. 
Sanders. 

Issue born in 

842 Freeman b d 


677 Timothy Francis was a farmer and married Clara 

Steiner. 

Issue born in 

843 Lulu b ' d 

844 Florence b d 


678 Wesley Pickering married 6-11-1873 Georgianna T., dau. 
Jos. and Anna M. (Chase) Westcott. 




220 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


Issue born in 

845 Ernest Pickering b 6-23-1876 d 

681 Edward Spooner was for over 35 years Boston Gen. 
Agent for the State Mutual Life Ins. Co. of Worcester, Mass., 
was Pres. Middlesex Sportsmen’s Asso. for several years, a promi¬ 
nent Mason and Shriner. He married 4-10-1882 Lucy M., dau. 
Wm. and Mary A. (Chadbourne) Morse, b. 3-6-1853; d. 

* 

Issue born in Malden, Mass. 

846 George Albert b 8-16-1883 d 

847 Elsie May b 2-19-1886 d 


684 Walter Scott married 11-18-1874 Mary, dau. Warren and 
Eveline (Bowker) Cushing, b. 2-19-1853; d. 

Issue born in 

848 Roland b 8-26-1875 d 

849 Florence Sheldon b 6-26-1878 d 


EIGHTH GENERATION 


697 James was a mariner and married Josephine 

Sarrasqueta. 

Issue born in 

850 Bertha May b d 

m I. H. Reynolds 

851 James F. b d 

852 Josephine Mabel b d 

m W. H. Mayhew 

853 Laura Stella b d 


699 Samuel Haydock graduated from Univ. of Pennsylvania 
1889, went into business as a clerk in a banking firm, joined the 
editorial staff of the North American in 1901 and has been finan¬ 
cial editor since, has done special publicity work for the railroads 
of Penn, and New Jersey, during the World war assisted in the 


ROBERT OF PLYMOUTH COLONY 


221 


big Anglo-American loan of millions, is in demand as an Econ¬ 
omist and financial expert. He married 4-9-1902 Ada M., dau. 
Thos. and Mary (Baker) Long. b. 11-11-1872; d. 

Issue born in Glenside and Philadelphia, Pa. 


854 

Eleanor Wharton 

b 

2-1-1903 

d 

855 

Redwood 

b 

3-22-1904 

d 

856 

Robert White 

b 

2-2-1906 

d 

857 

Rowland 

b 

4-1-1908 

d 


702 Richard Jackson enlisted in the Civil war when a boy and 
was later appointed to the staff of Gen. Burnside, later he entered 
his father’s lumber business in Fall River, Mass, carrying it on 
for fifty years, he was the founder and first Pres, of the Warren 
Trust Co. He married 10-19-1873 Eliza H., dau. Moses T. and 
Eliza T. (Harris) Lawton, b. 6-22-1856; d. 

Issue born in Tiverton, R. I. 

858 Richard Jackson b 5-22-1875 d 


706 Edward was one of the most prominent textile men of 
the country, his early life was devoted to mercantile business but 
in 1905 he was elected Treasurer of the Davis Mills of Fall River, 
Mass, in 1907 Treas. of the Barnaby Manf. Co., in 1908, Treas. 
of the Flint Mills, also Treas. of the Stafford and Anawan Mills, 
was a Director in the Massasoit-Pocasset Nat. Bank. He mar¬ 
ried 1-14-1885 Edith, dau. John D. and Clarissa C. ( ) 


Flint. 

b. 2-25-1864; d. 5-28-1914. 



Issue born 

in Fall River, Mass. 

859 

Clarissa 

b 

7-3-1890 d 


m 

4-15-1914 

Herndon P. Flippee 


2 m 

7-7-1923 

Albert L. Slade 

860 

Margaret Buff urn b 

4 - 5-1893 d 


m 

5-25-1918 

Madison F. Welsh 

861 

Phyllis F. 

b 

3-14-1894 d 


712 Francis M. was a farmer and married 
Byrd. 


Amanda J. 




222 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


Issue born in Athens, O. 


862 Charles b d 

863 Thaddeus b d 

864 Bertha b d 

865 Michael b d 

866 Ruth b d 


719 Joseph wanted to be a drummer boy in the Civil war but 
was too young, later his military desires were in view by his 
appointment to the West Point Military Academy but his father’s 
death required his returning to farm changed his life into a suc¬ 
cessful farmer instead. He married 12-25-1878 Harriet A., dau. 
Jacob L. and Ruth (Reynolds) Baker, b. 1-14-1857; d. 


Issue born in Athens. O. 


867 Dora Belle b 

m 2-1-1921 

868 Mary Beatrice b 

m 10-19-1922 

869 Joseph Frederick b 

870 Rhoda b 

871 Robert Ralph b 

872 Adolphus Baker b 


d 

Urban E. Baker 

d 

Howard Payson Brown 

d 8-3-1924 
d 
d 
d 


721 Charles Isaac went to Marietta College and studied law, 
was admitted to the bar but was more interested in newspaper 
work and founded the first newspaper in Portsmouth, O. He 
married Jessie Finch. 

Issue born in Portsmouth, O. 

873 Myron b d unm 

874 Mary Catherine b d 

m 3-17-1918 Gorden N. Sammis 


731 Stephen was a farmer and married 4-5-1851 Abigail 
White, ; married (2) 6-25-1859 Abigail Snow. 


875 Lillian 

m 

876 Grace G. 

877 Emma 


Issue born in 

b 5-23-1866 d 

9-9-1884 Frank Peckham 
b 8-16-1870 d 

b 8-27-1875 d 






























PROFESSOR GEORGE F. BARKER 








ROBERT OF PLYMOUTH COLONY 


223 


754 Harold Remington is in the textile business and married 
4-1-1908 Edith K., dau. Wm. M. and Louisa (Buflfum) Hawes, 
b. 9-5-1882; d. 

Issue born in Fall River, Mass. 


878 Alice Hawes 

879 William Hawes 

880 John Buffum 

881 Patience Cook 


b 11-29-1910 d 
b 3-10-1913 d 
b 11-4-1914 d 
b 8-18-1916 d 


759 William Bowen married 

Issue born in 
882 Daniel Davis b 


Helen Davis. 


d 


777 Frederick Alden married 10-19-1871 Eliz. L., dau. Mit¬ 
chell and Jane (Mitchell) Hooper, b. 10-19-1851; d. 

Issue born in Charlestown, Mass. 

883 Eben b 5-9-1873 d 

884 Frank b 2-21-1878 d 3-12-1878 unm 

885 Frederick Alden b 12-1-1880 d 

782 Prof. George Frederick graduated Sheffield Scientific 
School 1858, M.D. at Albany Medical College 1863, Sc.D. from 
Univ. of Pennsylvania 1898, LL.D. from Alleghany College 1898, 
and McGill Univ. 1900. For nearly fifty years he was a teacher, 
being Prof, of Natural Science in Wheaton College 1861-2, Prof, 
of Chemistry, Albany Med. Sch. 1862-3, Prof, of Chemistry, 
Western Univ. of Pa. 1863-5 Demonstrator and later Prof, of 
Chemistry, Yale Medical, 1865-72, Prof, of Physics Univ. of 
Penn. 1873-1900 when he became Prof. Emeritus. He made a 
special study of toxicology, giving evidence of great value at 
several murder trials, contributed some hundred expert papers to 
scientific journals. His Elementary Chemistry was translated in 
French, Japanese and Arabic and used in the Univs. of Japan and 
Turkey. He was editor for many years of American Journal of 
Science, served in 1881 as U. S. Com. to the International Elec- 





224 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


trical Exhibition at Paris, France, where he received the Order of 
Commander of the Legion of Honor. He married 8-15-1861 
Mary M., dau. Geo. and Minerva (Merwin) Treadway, b. 1-29- 
1838; d. 4-19-1916. 

Issue born in 


886 Mary Louisa b 

m 6-20-1883 

887 George Treadway b 

888 Clara Treadway b 

m 3-7-1893 

889 Alice Maud b 

890 Alice Loring b 

m 6-5-1903 


5-24-1863 d 

Chas. E. Munroe 
9-27-1866 d 

8-1-1868 d 

Wm. S. Mclntire 
8-24-1870 d 

1-16-1877 d 

Percival Dove 


8-12-1867 unm 


4-13-1874 unm 


783 James Loring married 4-24-1868 Mary C. Rasche. b. 
5-3-1843; d. 

Issue born in 


891 Lydia Gertrude b 

892 Georgianna Loring b 

893 Frederic Pollard b 

894 Loring James b 

895 James Henry b 


I- 12-1869 

II- 7-1870 
8-28-1873 

5-2-1880 

7-10-1888 


d 

d 

d 

d 

d 7-26-1890 unm 


787 Chauncey West married 

Issue born in 
896 Charles Rhodes b 


Martha C. Brunner. 


d 


789 Charles Rhodes married 8-29-1877 Frances H., dau. 
David and Abigail ( ) Leslie, b. 12-5-1853; d. 

Issue born in New Jersey 

897 Gertrude F. b 12-7-1878 d 

m 4-24-1913 Chas. H. Eppler 

898 George L. b 12-8-1881 d No issue 

m 10-31-1911 Grace C. Smith 

899 Carroll C. b 1-9-1894 d No issue 

m 9-30-1914 May Turner 




ROBERT OF PLYMOUTH COLONY 


225 


791 George Huntington first taught school, then Conveyancer, 
Ins. and Mortgage broker 1879-93, State Senator 1890-94 from 
N. J., in 1894 moved to Pasadena, Cal. where he was made Presi¬ 
dent of several Electric and Power Cos. He married 12-3-1884 
Marion, dau. Gilbert and Margaret (Parrish) Simmons. 


Issue born in Woodbury, N. J. and Pasadena, Cal. 

900 Parrish b 10-23-1885 d 

901 Huntington b 1-12-1887 d 

902 Justin Neall b 3-30-1891 d 

Served in France in World’s war. 

903 Gilbert Simmons b 9-1-1898 d 

904 Marion Elizabeth b 4-23-1900 d 


799 Joshua Ray married 12-17-1872 Fidelia, dau. Luther and 
Fidelia (Leoard) Howland, b. 4-12-1843; d. 7-28-1893. 

Issue born in 

905 b d 

906 b d 


804 Charles was a farmer and married 10-1-1844 Nancy A. 
Stevens. 

Issue born in 


907 James Henry b 

908 Ida b 

909 Charles Theodore b 

910 Mary Ella b 

911 Edwin b 


7-10-1848 

6-23-1849 

12-3-1850 

7-5-1852 

1-17-1864 


d 7-26-1890 
d 9-2-1849 unm 
d 

d 5-19-1897 
d 3-30-1.873 unm 


830 Dr. Clarence Dryden is a successful physician and married 
Annie Greenberg. 

Issue born in Chicago, Ill. 

912 Helen Marie b d 

913 Grace Caroline b d 

833 Joseph is a farmer and married Eliz. ; 

married (2) Lydia 




226 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


Issue born in 


9*4 

Julia Emma 

b 


d 

m 


Everett Libby 


9 i 5 

Gideon 

b 


d 

916 

Anna 

b 


d 

m 


Edward Trask 



837 John Vaughan was a ranchman, served in the World’s 
war in Y. M. C. A. and was injured in an auto accident caused 
by a shell hole. He married 8-21-1895 Carrie, dau. Dr. Leo. J. 
and Thirza B. (Hamilton) Weinstein, b. 4-22-1870; d. 

Issue born in Terre Haute, Ind. 

917 Leo Vaughn b 6-6-1896 d 
Served in France in World’s war. 


841 Milton Edwards is in Real Estate and Abstract business 
and married 6-26-1912 Vernie Massey. 

Issue born in Los Angeles, Cal. 

918 Robert Massey b 4-21-1916 d 

919 Lois Lorraine b 12-3-1920 d 


NINTH GENERATION 
851 James F. married 1898 Kate Spooner. 

Issue born in 

920 Josephine S. b 1899 d 


858 Richard Jackson became associated with his father in the 
Barker Lumber Co. is the third in direct line in the firm. He 
married 10-6-1917 Jessie S., dau. Edgar G. and Jessie S. (Taylor) 
Durfee. 


ROBERT OF PLYMOUTH COLONY 


227 


Issue born in Fall River, Mass. 

921 Elizabeth Lawton b 2-7-1919 d 

922 Richard Jackson jr. b 7-3-1925 d 

869 Joseph Frederick graduated Ohio State Univ. 1908 in 
agriculture and became a professor in the Iowa State College and 
in the Agricultural College in Ohio State Univ., was inventor of 
the Barker Carbonate Apparatus. He married 7-25-1910 Sophie, 
dau. J. C. and Sophie ( ) Hargis. 

Issue born in Columbus, O. 

923 Josephine June b 6-9-1917 d 

924 Joseph Clinton b 7-15-1919 d 

925 David Hargis b 11-1-1921 d 

871 Robert Ralph graduated 1916 from Ohio State Univ. and 
is actively engaged in leading agricultural work in Ohio, running 
his father’s farm and teaching in the Smith-Hughes School in 
New Marshfield, O. He married 6-3-1916 Lena B., dau. Chas. F. 
and Hernia (Brown) Oxley. 

Issue born in Athens, O. 

926 Dorothy Bertine b 3-15-1917 d 

927 Robert Oxley b 10-9-1919 d 

928 Ruth Amy b 4-1-1921 d 

872 Adolphus Baker is a progressive and scientific farmer, 

becoming interested in the possibilities of the Rio Grand Valley, 
he moved in 1921 to Texas. He married 10-20-1920 Elma, dau. 
Edgar and Mary B. ( ) White, b. 9-6-1895 ; d. 

Issue born in Mercedes, Texas. 

929 Wilma Frances b 5-17-1926 d 














JOHN OF DUXBURY, MASS. 







JOHN OF DUXBURY, MASS. 

John Barker, son of Sir Robert and Catherine (Ackworth) 
Barker, direct descendant of Randulph de Calverhall, 1200 of 
England, with his brother Robert, history states, were among the 
early adventurers that arrived in Plymouth, Mass, about 1628. 
Having some means they set out from the Plymouth Colony to 
make homes for themselves, going by boat along the coast until 
they came to the North River (near Cape Cod) sailing down this, 
they reached what is now that part of Pembroke, Mass, known as 
Herringbrook. 

Here they camped for the winter and the following spring 
ground was broken and a house built. 

John lived in that part of Plymouth which was set off in 1637 
as Duxbury. He was a brickmason and agreed to teach Wm. 
Barden the trade of a bricklayer, at the end of his time giving 
him (Wm) “20 bushels of corn, 2 suits of apparel and an ewe 
goat’s lamb.” 

In 1638 he moved to Marshfield, Mass, and bought a ferry at 
Jones River, where he convenanted to keep it “at two pence a 
person until a bridge is built” in 1643 he was a member of the 
Marshfield Military Co. under Lt. Nathaniel Thomas, in 1648, he 
had some disagreement with a neighbor about a boundary line. 
The Court requested John Alden and Myles Standish to “set at 
rights such differences as are betwixt them”. 

On June 5, 1651 he was made a freeman and on 12-14-1652, 
was drowned at his ferry, leaving an estate of £131. He married 
1632 Ann, dau. John and Ann ( ) Williams. 

Issue born in Duxbury and Marshfield, Mass. 


2 

Deborah 

b 

1639 d 


m 

7-11-1660 

Wm. Barden 

3 

Anna 

b 

1643 d 


m 


Pratt 

4 

Mary 

b 

1647 d 


m 


Sam’l Pratt 


2 m 


Francis Coombs 


3 m 

3-5-1685 

David Wood 

5 

John 

b 

1650 d 12-1-1729 



2 3 2 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


SECOND GENERATION 


5 John lived in Barnstable 1676-83, thence to Marshfield and 
finally to Scituate, Mass, was a serg. in King Philips war and 
severely wounded and in 1680 “was freed from bearing arms for 
the wounds in the late war.” When young, he prosecuted his 
uncle John Williams for misuse of his office as guardian and was 
interested in legal matters always. He was Deputy from Marsh¬ 
field in 1689 to the General Court, from Scituate in 1706, 1712, 
1719, served as justice of peace and was so respected that he was 
often referee in important cases. He married 1-18-1677 Desire, 
dau. Anthony and Ann (Clark) Annable. b. 10-16-1658; d. 
7-24-1706; married (2) 1-22-1707 Mrs Hannah Cushing, dau. 
Thos. and Hannah ( ) Loring. b. 8-9-1664; d. 5-30- 

1710; married (3) Sarah b. 1660; d. 

9-7-1730. 

Issue born in Barnstable and Marshfield, Mass. 


6 

John 

b 

5-4-1678 

d 

2 -I-I 745 

7 

Desire 

b 

9-22-1680 

d 

1-12-1710 


m 

11-20-1700 

Capt. Sam’l 

Turner 


8 

Anne 

b 

8-26-1682 

d 11-22-1682 

9 

Anna 

b 

11-1-1683 

d 



m 

3-11-1714 

Robt. Thompson 


10 

Samuel Williams b 

4-23-1686 

d 

8-6-1754 

11 

Barnabas 

b 


d 

1763 

12 

Mary 

b 


d 

1730 


m 

1-6-1714 

Ensign Otis 




THIRD GENERATION 

6 John was a husbandman, living in Marshfield, Mass, he 
bought land in Lebanon, Ct. 1726-29-35 but whether he moved 
there records do not state. He married 1702 Hannah 
b. ; d. 1-30-1714; married (2) 1-5-1715 Bethiah, dau. 

Dea. Wm. and ( ) Ford. b. 3-16-1688; d. 

12-6-1770. 

Issue born in Marshfield, Mass. 

13 Abner b 6-24-1703 d 

14 John b 1-3-1705 d 


f 




JOHN OF 

DUXBURY, MASS. 

233 

15 

Jonathan 

b 

6-14-1706 d 

5-24-1724 unm 

16 

Desire 

b 

2-19-1708 d 

6-14-1744 


m 

11-14-1728 

Sam’l. Kent 


1 7 

Anna 

b 

10-19-1709 d 



m 

3-25-1725 

Anthony Eames 


18 

Hannah 

b 

3-19-1712 d 


19 

Joshua 

b 

1715 d 

2-23-1784 

20 

Bethiah 

b 

d 



m 

10-10-1738 

Ebenezer Baldwin 


21 

Nehemiah 

b 

1720 d 

3-10-1772 

22 

Oliver 

b 

d 



io Samuel Williams at the age of eight inherited the Barker 
homestead at Scituate, Mass. This house was built by John 
Williams, father in law of Robert and John Barker, as early as 
1634 and was for a time used as a garrison-house, as appears from 
its massive inner walls of brick pierced with loopholes. The son 
of John Williams, Capt. John died childless in 1694 and left the 
house, with 200 acres of land to his grand nephew, Samuel 
Williams. The place remained in the Barker family for six or 
seven generations, the house being in a good state of preservation, 
though the interior has been modernized. It stands upon high 
ground with an extensive view of the harbor and sea, about 1920 
it became the Hatherly Inn. He married 12-25-1706 Hannah, dau. 
Rev. Jeremiah and Hannah (Loring) Cushing, b. 3-26-1688; d. 




Issue born 

in Scituate, 

Mass. 


23 

Samuel 

b 

10-4-1707 

d 

1782 

24 

Ignatius 

b 

12-1-1709 

d 


2 5 

Hannah 

b 

5-16-1711 

d 


m 


Joshua Otis 



26 

Ezekiel 

b 

7 -2_I 7 I 4 

d 


27 

Deborah 

b 

5-1-1720 

d 

175 1 


m 

6-6-1750 

Rev. Shearjashub Bourn 



11 Barnabas was a prosperous farmer and married 4-3-1719 
Hannah, dau. Thos. and Hannah (Jenkins) Turner, b. 6-15- 

1697; d. 1735; married (2) 5-4-1736 Mary, dau. Wm. and 

Desire (Bacon) Greene, b. 3-8-1710; d. 





2 3 4 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


Issue born in Scituate, Mass. 


28 

Sarah 

b 

6-11-1721 d 



m 

11-1 A-1741 

Lewis Lombard 



2 m 


Job Neal 


29 

Barnabas 

b 

4-13-1723 d 

3-23-1797 

30 

Hannah 

b 

1-17-1724 d 

5-16-1792 


m 

1745 

James Briggs 


31 

Thomas 

b 

8-19-1726 d 


32 

Desire 

b 

4-25-1728 d 


33 

John 

b 

1729 d 


34 

Lydia 

bp 

4-21-1734 d 


35 

William 

bp 

5 -I-I 737 d 


36 

Mercy 

b 

5-4-1738 d 

12-21-1817 


m 

12-13-1757 

Anthony Collamer 


37 

Joshua 

b 

11-16-1740 d 

12-22-1804 

38 

Lucy 

b 

6-26-1743 d 

y 

39 

Lucy 

b 

1 <>-7-1744 d 



m 

11-4-1764 

King Lapham 


40 

Content 

b 

4-5-1747 d 

4-25-1821 


m 

9-26-1763 

Capt. Benj. Lapham 


2 m 


Jonathan Sherwin 


41 

Bathsheba 

b 

4 - 15 - 175 ° d 

8-2-1830 


m 

10—28—1780 

David Hale 


42 

Zipporah 

b 

10-23-1752 d 

11-2-1830 


m 

1-2:1-1794 

Jonathan Ingalls 



FOURTH GENERATION 


unm 


13 Abner was a blacksmith and married 


Deborah 


Issue born in Marshfield, Mass. 
43 Benjamin b 7-11-1736 d 


14 John was a farmer and married 11-6-1728 Hannah, dau. 
Jonathan and Mary (Partridge) Brewster, b. d. 

married (2) 12-10-1732 Mariah Cushman. 

Issue born in Lebanon and Norwich, Conn. 

44 John b 6-11-1729 d 6-13-1791 

45 William b 6-4-1739 d 

46 Anna b 10-14-1741 d 


JOHN OF DUXBURY, MASS. 


235 


47 

Hannah 

b 

4-5-1745 

d 

48 

Silvanus 

b 

7-13-1747 

d 

49 

Roxana 

b 

1-30-1749 

d 


19 Capt. Joshua was a yeoman, serving as lieut. in 1740 in 
Capt. John Winslow’s Co. later became captain. He married 
11-8-1739 Mary Thrope. b. 1723; d. 6-17-1801. 


Issue born in Lebanon, Conn. 


50 

Eliphalet b 

4-30-1740 

d 

11-26-1785 

5 i 

b 


d 


52 

b 


d 


53 

b 


d 


54 

b 


d 


55 

b 


d 


56 

John b 

8-18-1754 

d 

2-24-1813 

57 

b 


d 


58 

Rebecca b 

2-5-1759 

d 

10-21-1827 


m 10-5-1775 

Vaniah Hyde 



21 

Rev. Nehemiah was a 

graduate of Yale College 1742, then 


studied theology and preached in several churches in Conn, in 
1756 he moved to Mattituck, N. Y., also having charge of a 
Presbyterian church at Cutchogue, N. Y. He married 10-16-1746 
Eliz., dau. Joshua and Eliz. (Cutler) Chandler, b. 8-11-1730; d. 

Issue born in S. Killingly, Conn, and Mattituck, N. Y. 

59 Elizabeth b 9-16-1755 d 

m 1-30-1776 Joseph Prince 

60 Bethia b 6-14-1758 d 1-22-1772 unm 

61 Mary b 8-25-1761 d 

62 Hannah b 3-17-1766 d 


22 Oliver was a husbandman and married 7-12-1753 Mary 
Fowler. 

Issue born in Coventry, Conn. 

63 Oliver b 6-8-1754 d 

64 Alethea b 5-6-1756 d 





236 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


65 Phebe 

66 Eleazar 

67 Jarius 

68 Rhoda 

69 Daniel 

70 Nathan 


b 8-28-1758 
b 5-1-1760 
b 3-2-1762 
b 6-8-1764 
b 8-29-1765 
b 2-17-1768 


d 

d 

d 

d 1-24-1765 unm 

d 

d 


23 Capt. Samuel was a successful farmer and married 7-15- 
1838 Deborah, dau. John and Prudence (Crocker) Gorham, b. 
11-13-1718; d. 12-11-1738; married (2) 12-6-1739 Patience, dau. 
Jabez and Patience (Stafford) Howland fifth in descent from 
John Howland, 13th. Signer of the Mayflower, b. 1718; 

d. 5-2-1803. 


Issue born in Scituate, Mass. 


71 Patience b 

m 6-10-1761 

72 Hannah b 

m 1763 

73 Williams b 

74 Deborah b 

75 Samuel Williams b 

76 Jeremiah b 

77 Bethiah b 

78 Samuel b 

79 Samuel b 


10-27-1740 d 

Thomas Joslyn 
7-5-1742 d 10-28-1802 

Nathaniel Bryant 
9-2-1744 d 

6-14-1747 d 1-10-1819 

1-12-1749 d 6-8-1753 unm 

3 - 3 I-I 7 S 2 d 10-4-1835 

6-27-1755 d y unm 

12-4-1757 d y unm 

8-21-1762 d 7-5-1840 


24 Ignatius was a husbandman and married 11 -13-173 5 Mary, 
dau. Benj. and Mary (Woodworth) Sprague, b. 3-5-1714; d. 


Issue born in Lebanon, Conn. 
80 Mary b d 


29 Barnabas served in the Rev. war and took an active part 
in civil affairs in Scituate, Mass. In 1780, he moved to Rindge, 
N. H. He married 1740 Mary Neal 

married (2) 1750 Sarah, dau. Wm. and Desire (Bacon) 

Greene, b. 12-27-1723; d. 2-20-1797. 


JOHN OF DUXBURY, MASS. 


2 37 


Issue born in Scituate, Mass. 


81 

John 

bp 

2-23-1752 

d 

7-25-1819 

82 

Mary 

b 

4 - 7-1754 

d 

7-27-17 96 


m 

6-1-1793 

Andrew Kimball 


83 

David 

b 


d 

1-16-1816 

84 

Barnabas 

b 

1757 

d 

11-13-1798 

8S 

Lemuel 

b 


d 


86 

William 

b 

1762 

d 

10-25-1830 


35 David William 

was a prosperous farmer and married 

1761 Sarah Chandler. 

b. 

; d. 9-19-1765; married (2) 

12-20-1766 Mary Lockwood, 
ried (3) Rhoda. 

b. 

; d. ; mar- 

Issue born 

in Windham, 

Conn. 

87 Hannah 

b 

3-17-1763 

d 

88 David 

b 

8-29-1765 

d 

89 Chandler 

b 

8-29-1765 

d 

90 John 

b 

10-8-1769 

d 

91 Charles William 

b 

6-17-1773 

d 

92 Lucy 

b 

7-27-1784 

d 

93 Abigail 

b 

3-10-1786 

d 


37 Joshua was a farmer and married 10-28-1766 Mary, dau. 
Jonathan and Eliz. (Tolman) Copeland, b. 11-3-1740; d. 1-27- 
1829. 

Issue born in Boston and Hanover, Mass. 


94 

Mary 

b 

8-14-1767 

d 

1-25-1787 unm 

95 

Content 

b 

3-13-1769 

d 

3-20-1820 


m 


Henry Perry 



96 

Abigail 

b 

1-10-1771 

d 

8-28-1863 

97 

Rhoda 

b 

11-5-1772 

d 



m 

I- 27 -I 793 

John Perry 



98 

Joshua 

b 

10-22-1774 

d 

12-22-1805 

99 

Joseph 

b 

n-13-1776 

d 

100 

Elizabeth 

b 

3 - I 5~ I 779 

d 



m 

4-13-1823 

Otis Sherman 



IOI 

Benjamin 

b 

1-28-1781 

d 

12-24-1863 

102 

Desire 

b 

3-18-1783 

d 

2-17-1871 


m 

1-1-1806 

Byram Sampson 

103 

Lettice 

b 

3-22-1785 

d 

4-12-1863 


m 

12-20-1807 

Isaac Hobart 






238 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


FIFTH GENERATION 

44 Dr. John was a distinguished physician with sparkling wit 
and sound common sense. Was the first President of the Conn. 
Medical Society. He married 11-8-1750 Phebe, dau. Abner and 
Jerusha (Huntington) Hyde. b. 2-28-1732; d. 6-3-1777. 


Issue born in Norwich, Conn. 


104 

Jerusha 

b 

6-3-1751 

d 12-19-1793 unm 

105 

Levinia 

b 

1-7-1753 

d 

6-6-1768 unm 

106 

Phebe 

b 

8-22-1756 

d 



m 


Dr Sam’l Hutchinson 

107 

Lucinda 

b 

2-24-1759 

d 



m 


Luther Waterman 


108 

John 

b 

8-10-1761 

d 

4-13-1855 

109 

Samuel H. 

b 

7-5-1764 

d 

6-18-1818 

• IIO 

Hannah 

b 

6-20-1767 

d 



m 

1-1-1785 

Wm. Hale 



III 

Lavinia 

b 

6-6-1768 

d 

y unm 

112 

Eusebius 

b 

5-23-1770 

d 


113 

Lavinia 

b 

7-3-1774 

d 



m 

12-1-1791 

Wm. Gager 



45 

William was a husbandman and 1 

married 

8-30-1778 Lois 

Mix. 

b. 

; d. 3-18-1782; married (2) 

5-30-1782 Eliz. 

Armstrong. 







Issue born 

in Norwich, 

Conn. 


114 

William 

b 

4-24-1779 

d 


ii5 

Asa 

b 

5-30-1781 

d 


116 

Hannah 

b 

2-8-1783 

d 


117 

Silas 

b 

11-28-1784 

d 


118 

Joseph 

b 

5-25-1790 

d 


119 

Lydia 

b 

7-II-I794 

d 


120 

Lucretia 

b 

6-16-1797 

d 


121 

John 

b 

6-28-1799 

d 



50 Eliphalet was a farmer and married 4-4-1764 Priscilla, dau. 
Thos. and Eliz. (Huntington) Hyde. b. 3-5-1742; d. 

Issue born in Lebanon, Conn. 

122 Nehemiah b 10-30-1764 d 10-1-1835 

123 Eliphalet b 9-29-1766 d 



JOHN OF DUXBURY, MASS. 239 


124 

Bethia 

m 

b 

1-7-1769 
Thos. Belshaw 

d 


125 

Priscilla 

b 

6-1-1771 

d 

5-19-1808 unm 

126 

Mary 

m 

b 

11-4-1773 
John Belshaw 

d 


127 

Thomas 

b 

2-28-1776 

d 

00 

CO 

00 

M 

1 

N 

1 

w 

128 

Joshua 

b 

2-28-1776 

d 


129 

John 

b 

00 

HH 

1 

1—1 

1 

d 


56 

John was 

a physician. 

, graduated from Yale 1777, joined 


Col. Henry Jackson’s Continental reg. from Mass, with rank of 
Lieut, and spent the winter in Valley Forge, resigned in 1779, 
studied medicine, moving to Newbern, N. C. where he practiced 
for ten years, thence moved in 1794 to New Haven, Conn, for 
the rest of his life, was one of the most influential members of the 
State Medical Socy. its vice-pres. in 1812, an active supporter of 
the Medical Ins. of Yale and active in organization of the New 
Haven Medical Asso. in 1803, serving as its clerk until his death. 
He married 7-18-1784 Huldah, dau. Rev. Stephen and Mary 
(Dyer) White, b. 4-17-1760; d. 9-19-1848. 


Issue born in Newbern, N. C. 


130 

Julia 

b 

11-25-1786 

d 

6-22-1855 unm 

131 

dau. 

b 

7-2-1788 

d 

7-23-1788 unm 

132 

John 

b 

3 -I 7 -I 79 I 

d 

8-26-1820 unm 

133 

Charlotte 

b 

5 -I 3 -I 795 

d 

6-24-1803 unm 

134 

Charles 

b 

7-4-1799 

d 

9-4-1822 unm 

135 

William 

b 

6-8-1802 

d 

10-25-1833 

I36 

George W. 

b 

2-9-1805 

d 

11-22-1843 


67 Jairus was a successful farmer and married 11-27-1782 
Abigail Newel, b. 1764; d. 12-5-1833. 


Issue born in Sandisfield, Mass. 


137 

Abigail Mary 
m 

b 

10-25-1783 
Eph. Shepard 

d 


138 

Jairus jr. 

b 

7-30-1785 

d 

5-21-1857 

139 

Oliver 

b 

9-20-1788 

d 

12-4-1825 

140 

Eliza 

m 

b 

10-6-1790 
Sam’l. Wilcox 

d 

2-6-1853 





240 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


141 Beula 

142 Nancy 

143 Phila 

144 Caroline 


b 10-4-1793 

b 7 “ 3 i“i 797 
b 2-6-1802 
b 11-21-1806 


d 

d 3-9-184 1 
d 4-7-1844 
d 5-5-1894 


70 Nathan had the homestead of 44^ acres, the sage lot of 18 
acres with a saw mill on it, and was wealthy for his time. He 
married 11-29-1792 Eliz. Pease, b. 1767; d. 5-29-1794; 

married (2) 7-2-1795 Anna Walker, b. 11-8-1767; d. 6-17-1845. 


Issue born in Sandisfield, Mass. 


145 Nathan 

146 Nathan 

147 Jonathan 

148 Abner 

149 Daniel 

150 Calvin 


b 5-29-1794 

b 3 - 14-1797 
b 4-19-1800 
b 9-3-1802 
b 6-26-1805 
b 8-5-1808 


d s- 2 9- I 794 unm 
d 8-14-1880 
d 8-4-1885 
d 10-26-1804 unm 
d 11-6-1837 
d 


73 Capt. Williams was a yeoman and farmer, moving to Wis- 
casset, Me. about 1790. He married 12-11-1777 Sarah Lothrop. 


Issue born in Scituate, Mass. 


151 Sarah 

152 John Williams 

153 Ruth Leach 

154 Elizabeth T. 

155 


b 9-29-1778 
b 10-7-1782 
b 1-27-1785 
b 1-29-1787 
b 


d 

d 

d 

d 

d 


76 Dr. Jeremiah was surgeon in the navy during the Rev. 
war; when taken prisoner in Halifax, N. S., he saved his gold 
by running it into buttonmoulds and wearing them on his clothes. 
He graduated from Harvard 1751 and was the first American to 
receive an honorary degree from the Edinburgh College of Phy¬ 
sicians and Surgeons in 1788. As a pioneer medical writer in 
Maine, he stands almost unique in its medical history, he moved 
from Scituate to Portland, Me. in 1780, thence to Gorham, Me. in 
1809. He married 10-12-1775 Abigail, dau. Col. David and 
Abigail (Sturgis) Gorham, b. 3-5-1749; d. 6-29-1790; married 




JOHN OF DUXBURY, MASS. 


241 


(2) 12-17-1790 Susanna, dau. Richard and ( ) 

Garrett, b. 1769; d. 6-3-1794; married (3) 

Eunice, dau. Jeremiah and ( ) Riggs, b. 

1770; d. 11-10-1799; married 7-11-1802 Mary Williams, married 
(5) 11-17-1808 Mrs Temperance G. Gorham, dau. Richard and 
( ) Garrett, b. ; d. 1840. 


Issue born in Scituate, Mass, and Portland, Me. 


156 

157 

158 

159 

160 


Jeremiah Cushing b 
Mary b 


m 10-5-1800 

David Gorham b 
Eliza b 

m 6-18-1812 

Abigail b 

m 5-19-1817 


1778 d 

8-20-1781 d 

Daniel Johnson 
3-7-1784 d 

1-29-1787 d 

Daniel A. Clark 

d 

John Johnson 


12-19-1810 


4-15-1830 

7-1-1864 


79 Samuel was a physician, moving to Hanson, Mass, where 
he practiced. He married 3-27-1806 Hannah, dau. Simeon and 
Deborah (Beals) Jones, b. 1-15-1774; d. 6-22-1872. 

Issue born in Hanson, Mass. 

161 b d 


81 John was a prosperous farmer and was killed by one of 
his bulls. He married 12-7-1795 Hannah, dau. Wm. and Eliz. 
(Morrison) Smith, b. 5-8-1761; d. 8-28-1813; married (2) 
Mrs. Sally (83) Barker. 

Issue born in Rindge, N. H. 

162 Hannah b 4-24-1801 d 12-21-1872 

m 6-7-1825 Stephen Jewett 

163 John b 11-28-1804 d 


83 Dea. David and his brother Wm. were contractors and built 
the Meeting House in 1796 at a cost of $3,316.33, the steeple for 
$330.00. He was appointed on the church committee in 1793 and 




242 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


remained on it until his death, in 1810 was on Com. on Supervision 
of schools, was also a doctor in Bangor, Me. later in life. He 
married 3-17-1783 Sally, dau. Lt. James and Sarah ( ) 

Crumbie. 

Issue born in Rindge, N. H. 

164 Thomas Crumbie b 11-11-1803 d 3-11-1872 


84 Barnabas was a housewright, moving in 1783 to Rindge, 
N. H., thence to Charleston, N. H. He married 7-17-1778 Eliz. 
Gardner. 


165 

Elizabeth 

Issue born 

b 

in Rindge, N. H. 

d 

166 

Ann 

b 

d 


m 

11-16-1807 

Jonathan L. Whiting 

167 

Mary 

b 

d 

168 

Susan 

b 

11-2-1790 d 


m 

9-3-1816 

Miles Jones 

169 

Sarah 

b 

d 

170 

Ruxby Marshall b 

3-10-1793 d 

m 

8-l8-l8l7 

Isaac H. Robbins 

171 

Rebecca 

bp 

6-14-1795 d 

172 

Barnabas 

b 

d 12 


85 Lemuel was a farmer, moving to Concord, N. H. about 
1793. He married 


173 Sarah 

174 son 

175 dau. 

176 dau. 


Issue born in Concord, N. H. 


b' 

b 

b 

b 


1792 d 
d 
d 
d 


86 William was appointed on the Church Com. in 1823 and 
remained until his death, moved to Rindge, N. H. in 1780 and in 
1798 purchased a site and established a capacious lumber yard, he 
was the first to introduce machinery and employ water power, also 
had a tan yard on Emerson Pond, an active, useful citizen. He 
married 10-28-1794 Sarah, dau. Geo. and Abigail (Boyd) Payson. 
b. 7 _I 3“ I 775 i d. 6-19-1852. 


JOHN OF DUXBURY, MASS. 


2 43 


Issue born in Rindge, N. H. 


177 

Mary Hale 

b 

12-15-1795 

d 

4-16-1819 

unm 

178 

William 

b 

12-15-1796 

d 

7-30-1823 

unm 

179 

Sarah 

b 

1801 

d 

y 

unm 

180 

George Payson 

b 

10-25-1807 

d 

1-28-1848 



98 Joshua was a farmer and married 
Sherman. 


Issue born in 


12-25-1798 Aurelia 


181 Elizabeth b d 

182 Mary b d 

183 Clarissa b d 

184 Demy b d 

185 John b d 

186 Joshua b d 

187 Joseph b d 


99 Joseph was a prosperous farmer, moving in 1802 to Otisco, 
N. Y. where he had a fine farm and much live stock. He married 
Phebe Hopkins, b. ; d. ; married 


(2) 

Eunice, sister of his first wife. 


Issue born 

in Hanover, Mass, and Otisco, N. Y. 

188 

Seeley 

b 

d 

189 

Harvey 

b 1801 

d 1894 

190 

Loren 

b 

d 

191 


b 

d 

192 


b 

d 

193 


b 

d 

194 


b 

d 

195 


b 

d 

196 


b 

d 

197 


b 

d 

198 

Ann 

b 

d 

199 

Elisha 

b 

d 

200 

Joseph jr. 

b 

d 

201 

Agnes 

b 

d 

202 

Benjamin 

b 

d 

203 

Leonard 

b 

d 

204 

Joshua 

b 1824 

d 1891 

205 

Luther 

b 

d 

206 

Walter 

b 

d 






244 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


207 Theodore b d 

208 Catherine b d 


101 Benjamin was quite a successful farmer even with only 
one arm. He married 12-27-1808 Sarah, dau. Lot and Diana 
(Howland) Phillips, b. 6-11-1788; d. 9-11-1833; married (2) 
12-9-1834 Mrs Lydia Howland, dau. Isaac and Sally (Barnes) 
Jennings, b. 8-6-1790; 9-7-1874. 


Issue born in Pembroke, Mass. 


209 

Joshua 

b 

10-14-1809 

d 

3-6-1868 

210 

Lot Phillips 

4 -9-l8lI 

d 

9-9-1888 

211 

Benjamin 

b 

I-I7-l8l2 

d 

2-26-1885 

212 

Sarah 

b 

7 -I2-l8l3 

d 

5-20-1897 


m 

7-4-1840 

Wm. Bisbee 



213 

Mary 

b 

8-7-1815 

d 

3-11-1892 


m 


Wm. Webber 



214 

Jane 

b 

4-17-1820 

d 



m 

7-8-1840 

Rev. E. S. Shepherd 

215 

Lydia 

b 

4-10-1823 

d 

2-11-1850 


m 

1-15-1842 

Florin Estes 



2 l 6 

Huldah 

b 

3-14-1825 

d 

1-14-1897 


m 

6-15-1865 

Reuben Paine 



217 

Lucius 

b 

6-8-1828 

d 


2 l8 

Blaney Phillips b 

10-22-1831 

d 



SIXTH GENERATION 

108 John was cornetist in the Vermont Militia in war of 1812, 
moved to Franklin, Ct. thence to Broome Co. N. Y. and died there. 
He married -1788 Olive, dau. Capt. Isaac and Eliz. (Palmer) 
Barrows, b. 5-5-1764; d. 10-26-1805. 


Issue born in Franklin, Conn. 


219 Phebe 

220 John 

221 William 

222 Samuel Hyde 

m 

223 


b 6-30-1789 d 

b 4-17-1791 d 4-13-1854 

b 6-6-1793 d 

b d No issue 

Hulda Wolcott 
b d 



JOHN OF DUXBURY, MASS. 


245 


109 Dr Samuel Hyde was a successful physician and married 
9-16-1787 Sarah, dau. Sam’l and Lucy (Pettis) Gager, b. 8-10- 
1764; d. 11-23-1793. 

Issue born in Franklin, Conn. 

224 Eusebia b 8-7-1788 d 

225 Laura b 8-11-1891 d 


114 William was a farmer and married 9-10-1802 Caty Smith. 


Issue born in Norwich, Conn. 

226 Sarah Smith b 2-14-1803 d 

m 3-7-1824 Philip L. Bowen 

227 Julia Ann b 2-27-1806 d 

m 4-25-1824 Jas. Petit 

228 Frances Maria b 1-14-1808 d 

229 William b 2-9-1811 d 

230 Stephen b 5-9-1813 d 


122 Nehamiah was a husbandman and married 2-6-1794 Olive 
Jewett, b. ; d. 8-17-1846. 


Issue born in New York Mills, N. Y. 


231 

2x2 

233 

234 

235 

236 

23 7 


b 

b 

Olive b 

m 2-2-1825 
b 
b 
b 
b 


d 

d 

5-3-1802 d 
Francis D. Porter 

d 

d 

d 

d 


12-26-1830 


127 Thomas was a farmer, moved first to Peru, thence to 
Hinsdale, Mass. He married 1-7-1802 Eliza, dau. Bezeliel and 
Phebe (Spraque) Fuller, b. 8-4-1773; d. 4-15-1835. 

Issue born in Peru and Hinsdale, Mass. 

238 Thomas Fuller b 3-31-1804 d 10-25-1892 

239 Asahel b 8-31-1807 d 4-5-1893 

240 Orlando b 12-10-1809 d 3-3-1876 



246 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


241 Belinda 

242 

243 

244 


b 

b 

b 

b 


1-20-1813 


d 

d 

d 

d 


7-14-1842 


138 Jairus jr. was a farmer and married 11-11-1806 Tabitha 


Parsons, b. 

; d. : 

12-30-1851. 





Issue born 

in Sandisfield, 

Mass. 


245 

Angeline 

b 

3-20-1808 

d 



m 

3 - 2 3- i82 9 

Allen J. Smith 


246 

Fidelia 

b 

3-1-1810 

d 



m 

3-12-1833 

John R. Bentley 


247 

Abigail 

b 

10-2-1811 

d 



m 

12-19-1832 

Julius Sears 



248 

Lester J. 

b 

1-28-1814 

d 

12-11-1852 

249 

Sylvester 

b 

2-16-1817 

d 

3-4-1888 

250 

Lovina 

b 

12-10-1820 

d 



m 

4-14-1844 

Uriah M. Walter 


251 

Edmund 

b 

6-27-1825 

d 

1-16-1903 

139 Oliver 

was a farmer and married 


Submit 



Issue born 

in Sandisfield, 

Mass. 


252 

Elizabeth 

R. b 


d 


253 

Lucinda 

b 


d 


254 

Jane S. 

b 


d 


255 

John 

b 


d 


256 

Isreal A. 

I. b 


d 



146 Nathan was a prominent farmer and married 9-11-1822 
Sally, dau. John and Joanna (Crow) Wheeler, b. 1-31-1795; d. 
12-6-1878. 


Issue born in Sandisfield, Mass., Groverneur and Richville, N. Y. 


257 Sarah b 6-15-1823 

m 5-16-1852 Wm. Merrill 

2 m 3-11-1855 Dexter Fay 

258 John Wheeler b 8-11-1824 

259 Oliver Perry b 6-11-1826 


d 2-17-1861 

No issue 


d 10-4-1901 
d 12-15-1833 unm 




JOHN OF DUXBURY, MASS. 


247 


260 

Harvey 

b 

12-30-1827 

d 

12-1-1894 

261 

Moses 

b 

5-2-1829 

d 

6-28-1911 

262 

Matilda 

b 

3-26-1831 

d 

9-26-1880 unm 

263 

Lucy Ann 

m 10-12-1856 

10-2-1832 d 

Geo. M. Bradley 

1-30-1914 

264 

Mary 

m 

b 

3-18-1868 

8-6-1834 
Gardner Lord 

d 

jr. 

8-15-1923 

265 

William 

b 

1-15-1837 

d 

6-11-1922 

266 

Daniel 

b 

8-9-1838 

d 

7-29-1895 


147 Jonathan moved when a young man to Richville, N. Y. 
where he bought a good farm and married 11-17-1825 Philena, 
dau. Rev. Thos. and Sally (Lathrop) Kennan, b. 3-21-1805; d. 
2-25-1879. 

Issue born in Richville, N. Y. 


267 Cordelia Kennan b 10-10-1827 

268 Jairus b 6-24-1830 

269 Calvin b 8-4-1832 


d 10-11-1913 unm 
d 10-8-1847 unm 
d 9-29-1880 


149 Daniel was a farmer and married 

Issue born in 

270 b d 

271 b d 


158 Dr. David Gorham practiced in Durham and Sedgwick, 
Me. He married 8-1-1804 Deborah B., dau. Thos. and Patience 
(71) Joslyn. b. 1782; d. 4-11-1846. 


Issue born in Durham, Me. 


272 


273 

274 

275 

276 

277 


Susan Garrett b 

m 

Moses b 

Mary G. b 

Eliza Clark b 

m 1852 


Jeremiah Cushing b 
Abigail Gorham b 
m 5-26-1839 


11-16-1806 d 

Nathaniel Mosher 

d 

1809 d 

6-23-1812 d 

Caleb F. Poor 

1814 d 

1817 d 

Daniel Carpenter 


2-18-1861 


6- 13-1837 

12-25-1896 

7- 25-1881 

8- 13-1846 




248 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


163 John moved to New York City in 1827, thence to Stark, 
Fla. he married 5-10-1830 Eunice, dau. Rev. Amos G. and 
( ) Thompson, b. 11-23-1801; d. 8-9-1842; married 

(2) Harriet E., dau. John and Harriet ( ) Gray. 

Issue born in New York City, N. Y. 

278 b d 

279 b d 


164 Dr. Thomas Crumbie was a skilled physician of Maine, 
serving as a surgeon in the Civil war. He married 9-11-1831 
Rebecca A., dau. Wm. and Rebecca (Atherton) Abbott, b. ; 
d. 5-11-1890. 

Issue born in Bangor, Me. 

280 George Frank b d 

281 b d 

282 Charles A. b 1841 d 1904 


172 Capt. Barnabas moved to Newcastle, Me. when young and 
was brought in the Jos. Sherman family, becoming a sea faring 
man. He married 12-24-1822 Martha J., dau. Robt. and Mary 
( ) Nickels, b. ; d. 9-8-1855. 


Issue born in Newcastle, Me. 


283 

Robert N. 

b 

4-4-1828 

d 

4-11-1851 

unm 

284 

Louisa 

b 

4-22-1830 

d 



m 


Geo. Fowles 




285 

Augustus 

b 

12-23-1831 

d 



286 

Huldah F. 

b 

3-29-1834 

d 

12-15-1837 

unm 

287 

Martha J. 

b 

4-12-1836 

d 



288 

Henrietta 

b 

3-28-1839 

d 



289 

Mary Nickels 

.b 

10-23-1841 

d 

10-5-1855 

unm 

290 

Elon Galusha 

b 

8-16-1844 

d 




180 George Payson was a brilliant lawyer with a wonderful 
power of oratory entered Amherst College at 16, went to Union 
College in 1826, graduated 1827, admitted to the Bar in 1830, 
elected to Congress in 1834, Rep. in the Legislature in 1836, 



JOHN OF DUXBURY, MASS. 


249 


accepted commission of Capt. in the Militia and in two years was 
Brig. Gen. 1839. He joined a law firm in Buffalo, N. Y. and in 
1842 was elected Att. Gen. of N. Y. State. Wm. Cullen Bryant 
said of him “Gen. Barker was a man of fine talents and his career 
as a public man was highly honorable, also his abilities, his 
integrity, and his courage.” He married 1834 Abby Coit, 

b. 5-27-1806; d. 2-5-1874. 


Issue born in Norwich, Conn. 

291 George Payson b 12-24-1835 d 1-28-1868 

292 Sarah b d 

m 9-5-1867 Edward N. Gibbs 


‘ 204 Joshua was a prosperous carpenter and married 1850 
Emily Jane, dau. Peter and Jane ( ) Ingerson. b. 1-9- 

1830; d. 

Issue born in Otisco, N. Y. 


293 Lucetta Jane 

m 

294 George Emerson 

295 Frank Eugene 


b 3-8-1851 d 

Myron D. Strail 
b 2-10-1858 d 

b 4-8-1861 d 


2-19-1911 


9-11-1922 


209 Joshua was connected for many years with Barker’s 
Foundry Iron Works. He married 3-13-1831 Deborah, dau. Capt. 
Thos. and Mary (Munroe) Sturtevant. b. 1809; d. 8-7- 

1849. 

Issue born in Hanover, Mass. 


296 Deborah b 

297 Sarah Jane b 

m 6-29-1854 

298 Joshua b 

299 Eveline b 

300 James Munroe b 

301 Alfred b 

302 Mary b 


5- 22-I834 d 

6- 24-1836 d 

Francis B. Ellis 

12-6-1837 d 

11- 18-1840 d 

5-25-1843 d 

12- 20-1847 d 

7- 15-1849 d 


3-2-1842 unm 


1-25-1853 unm 
5-19-1864 

5-16-1871 
9-14-1849 unm 


210 Lot Phillips was a shoemaker and married 1841 

Deborah D., dau. Eli and Eliz. (Rogers) Soper, b. 11-2-1815; 
d. 5-22-1891. 




250 


BARKER GENEALOGY 



Issue born 

in Hanson, Mass. 


303 

Sarah Elizabeth b 

5-26-1842 

d 

1-9-1907 

m 5-6-1864 

Lot Phillips 


304 

Florinda Williams b 

9-19-1843 

d 


m 1-30-1865 

George Elms 



305 

Philip Henry b 

1-29-1845 

d 

No issue 


m 

Mrs. Caroline H. Bates 

306 

Dewitt Clinton b 

3-28-1847 

d 

5-4-1926 

307 

Frederick Quincy b 

3-28-1851 

d 

4-20-1914 

308 

Helen Amanda b 

10-23-1852 

d 


m 2-10-1870 

Horace Tower 



309 

William Edward b 

7-3-1854 

d 


31° 

George Gilman b 

5-22-1864 

d 



211 Benjamin was a farmer and married 11-10-1839 Deborah 
C. dau. Zachariah and Sarah (Brooks) Damon, b. 10-3-1815; d. 

Issue born in 


3 ii 

John b 

11-3-1840 d 


312 

Hannah Briggs b 

11-12-1842 d 

9-14-1901 


m 9-16-1863 

Herbert Baker 


313 

Deborah Ann b 

4-23-1844 d 



m 11-8-1864 

Francis Chamberlain 

314 

Charles b 

10-2-1847 d 


315 

George b 

d 


316 

Sarah Emma b 

2-24-1854 d 

3-11-1895 


m i1-24-1875 

Horace S. Crane 


317 

Ida Jane b 

d 


3 i 8 

Albert Francis b 

10-24-1859 d 


217 

r Lucius was a farmer, moved to Elmira, 

N. Y. thence to 

Kansas. He married 3-25-1850 Mary M., dau. Enoch and 

Melinda ( ) Livingston, married (2) 



Issue born in 


319 

Charles b 

d 


320 

Frank b 

d 


321 

Minnie b 

d 


322 

Linda b 

d 


323 

Blaney Phillips b 

12-28-1860 d 

9-4-1899 

218 

i Blaney Phillips was 

a farmer and married 7-3-1853 Ade- 

line ( 

) 





JOHN OF DUXBURY, MASS. 


251 


Issue born in 

324 Ellen b d y unm 


SEVENTH GENERATION 

222 John was a husbandman and married 2-11-1817 Laura 
Wolcott, b. 1795; d. 6-22-1823; married (2) 6-27-1824 

Louise, dau. Wm. and Selah (Pynchon) Jones, b. 1-20-1800; d. 
11-25-1852. 


Issue born in Shoreham, Vt. and Crown Point, N. Y. 


325 

Edson Wolcott 

b 

10-8-1819 

d 

12-24-1849 unm 

326 

Laura 

b 

6-27-1825 

d 


m 


Sam’l H. Turrill 


327 

Sophronia 

b 

4-7-1827 

d 

11-23-1900 


m 


Alanson S. 

Viall 


328 

son 

b 

1-24-1829 

d 

3-7-1829 unm 

329 

Charles 

b 

5-28-1830 

d 

10-18-1854 unm 

330 

Harriet Burrows 

b 

4-25-1832 

d 

6-5-1884 


m 


John W. Treadway 

331 

Sarah Ellen 

b 

8-27-1834 

d 

unm 

332 

Mary Louisa 

b 

1-1-1836 

d 

2-27-1851 unm 

333 

Adaline Jones 

b 

4-11-1838 

d 

3-29-1926 

334 

John Elmer 

b 

11-11-1841 

d 

6-18-1919 


238 Thomas Fuller was a farmer and married 3-25-1828 
Clarissa Watkins. 


Issue born in Hinsdale, Mass. 


335 Lucina Augusta 

336 Asahel Dewey 

337 Martha 

338 Mary 


b 3-2-1829 
b 10-10-1830 
b 12-29-1833 
b 12-29-1833 


d 

d 10-24-1830 unm 

d 

d 


239 Asahel was a husbandman and married 5-1-1833 Serni- 
ramis, dau. Thos. and Hannah ( ) Frissell, b. 9-6-1807; 

d. 11-8-1879. 

Issue born in Hinsdale, Mass. 

339 John Brewster b 1-23-1835 d 7-16-1901 

340 Thomas Frissell b 10-11-1838 d 3-9-1922 




252 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


240 Orlando was a prosperous carpenter and married 9-25- 
1851 Aurelia A., dau. Chas. P. and Rachel (Craig) Hempstead, 
b. 3-25-1822; d. 2-9-1899. 


Issue born in Huntington and Wellington, O. 


341 Dwight 

342 Munroe 

343 Wallace 

a Charles Phelps 
b Ardelia Lee 
c John Craig 


b 8-13-1852 
b 12-21-1853 

b 7 - 9-1857 
b 5-25-1859 
b 1-21-1864 
b 2-21-1866 


d 5-31-1853 unm 

d 6-10-1861 unm 

d 

d 

d 

d 


248 Lester J. was a farmer and married 1-1-1839 Betsy M. 
Brewer, b. 11-5-1814; d. 


Issue born in Sandisfield, Mass. 


344 Jannette 

345 

346 

347 Marietta 

348 Jayzebina 


b 

b 

b 

b 

b 


3 - 23- i 840 d 

d 

d 

1849 d 

5-11-1851 d 


8-11-1849 unm 


249 Sylvester was a husbandman and married 1-4-1843 
Philinda Jones, b. 1-29-1813; d. 1-15-1890. 

Issue born in Sandisfield, Mass. 

349 Elbert E. b 1-18-1846 d 8-27-1859 unm 

350 Frances A. b 9-6-1849 d 

m 4-11-1880 Francis Gage 

351 Ella Louise b 3-14-1853 d 

m 2-20-1878 J. W. Curtis 


251 Edmund was a carpenter and joiner, going to O. as a 
young man, thence in 1874 to Wellsboro, Pa. He married 10-19- 
1855 Rhoda A. Lathrop. b. 6-27-1825; d. 11-7-1865; married 
(2) Mrs Eliz. Walker. 

Issue born in Belpre, O. 

352 Perley Newel b 8-31-1856 d 

353 Herman Edmund b 10-28-1857 d 


JOHN OF DUXBURY, MASS. 


253 


258 John Wheeler was a farmer and pioneer in the cheese 
industry. He married 12-12-1856 Serepta B., dau. Eliezer and 
Mary ( ) Dewey; b. ; d. 12-12-1872; mar¬ 
ried (2) 10-22-1873 Lucy, dau. Amos and Mary ( ) 

Chandler, b. ; d. 10-13-1880; married (3) 11-17- 

1881 Mrs Melvina (Gage) Thompson, b. ; d. 6-26- 

1900. 

Issue born in Richville, N. Y. 

354 Charles E. b 1858 d 1-26-1870 unm 

260 Harvey was a farmer and for many years Deacon in the 
Baptist church, he moved to Canton, N. Y. in 1868 and married 
7-14-1853 Jane, dau. Sam’l. and Jane ( ) Curriston. b. 

7-30-1829; d. 6-8-1873; married (2) 12-25-1873 Lydia, dau. 
Luther and Olive (Thayer) Drake, b. 2-9-1836; d. 6-6-1926. 

Issue born in Richville and Canton, N. Y. 


355 Nathan C. 


b 6--15-1854 d 2-6-1923 

No issue 


m 8-1-1876 

356 Frank H. b 

m 9-28-1880 

357 Emma M. b 

m 7-4-1883 

358 Leila J. b 

359 Judson E. b 

360 Edson J. b 

361 Ellen J. b 

m ix-1-1888 

362 Ida b 

m 12-26-1893 


Hattie Fenner 
9-28-1856 d 

Alice M. Buff ham 
1-23-1859 d 

Wm. W. Clark 
11-17-1861 d 

4-20-1864 d 

10-10-1867 d 

3-16-1870 d 

Judson R. Hooper 
9-20-1872 d 

Bernard Potter 


No issue 

3-2-1910 

10-7-1862 unm 
5-16-1924 
8-29-1878 unm 


261 Rev. Moses was a well known Baptist preacher who mar¬ 
ried 10-7-1858 Helen, dau. Dr. Elijah and Eunice (Brown) 
Morton, b. 12-8-1834; d. 5-6-1910. 


Issue born in Pittsford, N. Y. 


363 Minnie b 

m 1883 

364 Morton L. b 

365 Manley b 

m 9-13-1892 


7-19-1859 d 

Rev. F. H. Horning 
12-11-1866 d 5-2-1895 

7-6-1874 d No issue 

Theresa Kelly 



2 54 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


265 William served in the Civil war in Co. K. nth. Ills. 
Cavalry, later he was a farmer in Ill., moving thence to Nebraska. 
He married 5-19-1866 Rutfi, dau. Epan. and Jane (Roberts) 
Hutton, b. 7-18-1842; d. 2-6-1912. 

Issue born in Bushnell, Ill. 

366 Elmer Hutton b 3-27-1867 d 8-3-1870 unm 

367 Elma Jane b 3-14-1872 d 

m 2-17-1908 Wm. W. Gordon 


266 Daniel served in the Civil war, was a farmer and married 
10-8-1868 Melissa Whittier, b. ; d. 3-28-1923. 


368 

369 

370 


Issue born in Hampton, N. Y. 


Sarah Melissa 
m 

Warren 

Harriet 


Herman Jungjohan 
b d 

b d 


269 Calvin was a farmer and married 9-25-1855 Amelia M. 
Burnette, b. ; d. 9-18-1907. 


Issue born in Richville, N. Y. 


371 Ellen Kennan 

372 Harriet A. 

373 Clinton B. 

374 Charlotte 

375 Beatrice 


b 8-17-1858 
b 8-23-1860 
b 9-19-1866 
b 8-10-1870 
b 2-2-1877 


d 

d 

d 

d 

d 


8-24-1911 unm 
2-20-1923 unm 


276 Jeremiah Cushing married 1848 Sarah E., dau. Moses 
and Dorothy (Bragg) Merrill, b. 8-25-1815; d. 5-11-1854. 

Issue born in Westbrook, Me. 

376 Abigail Gorham b 4-19-1849 d 

m 12-7-1882 Olcott B. Poor 

377 Mary Poor b 10-23-1850 d 

378 Frederick C. b 11-23-1852 d 


JOHN OF DUXBURY, MASS. 


2 55 


285 Augustus was a prosperous farmer and married 2-15-1861 
Mary A. House. 

Issue born in Newcastle, Me. 

379 Walter Addison b 4-21-1862 d 

291 George Payson won his A.B. at Yale, 1856, was admitted 
to the Bar 1859; practised law in Buffalo, N. Y. He was super¬ 
visor of Erie Co. 1863 and was Clerk of that Board to 1866. He 
married 

Issue born in Buffalo, N. Y. 

380 b d 

294 George Emerson was a school teacher, then for many 
years he was in the Mechanical Division of the D. L. & W. rail¬ 
road, later he was for ten or more years a salesman with a bakery 
concern in Syracuse, N. Y. where he now lives. He married 3-18- 
1883 Florence L, dau. Thos. and Eliz. R. (Dorrance) Goff. b. 
4-15-1863; d. 6-21-1920; married (2) 7-7-1921 Alyce N., dau. 
Geo. B. and Mandana A. (Crary) Thompson, b. 12-12-1872; d. 

Issue born in Tully and Preble, N. Y. 

381 Charles Herbert b 7-15-1885 d 9-11-1922 

382 Arthur J. b 4-16-1888 d No issue 

Since 1912 with the Panama Canal in the Accounting 
Dept. Secretary to the Auditor, 
m 6-28-1916 Lula May Hakes. 

295 Frank Eugene was a farmer and married 1881 

Blanche Thomas. 

Issue born in Syracuse, N. Y. 

383 Eugene b 9-16-1906 d 

300 James Munroe was a shoe manufacturer and married 
8-28-1870 Jane S., dau. Caleb and Polly ( ) Thomas, b. 

10-14-1845; d. 

Issue born in Huntington, Ind. 

384 Frederick H. b 7-2-1872 d 

385 James Munroe b 5-30-1884 d 



256 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


306 Dewitt Clinton was foreman in a shoe factory until he 
retired on account of his health. He married 1870 Angeline, 
dau. Theo. and Sarah (Turner) Hobart, b. ; d. 7-31- 

1926. 

Issue born in E. Bridgewater, Mass. 

386 Preston Gilbert b 1871 d 


307 Frederick Quincy married 4-12-1872 Celia, dau. Edward 
and Sarah (G ) Beal. b. 12-27-1853; d. 

Issue born in Hanson, Mass. 

387 Louis Morton b 7-30-1874 d No issue 

m 6-12-1915 Amber R. House 


309 William Edward married 1-28-1876 Eliza M., dau. Benj. 
and Sophia (M ) Stevens. 


Issue born in Hanson, Mass. 


388 Edward Clifton 

389 Estella Marion 

390 Ruth Mellen 


b 12-5-1880 
b 4-26-1887 
b 10-2-1894 


d 

d 

d 


310 George Gilman is a florist and moved to the West at an 
early age, he married Estella Turner. 

Issue born in Bellingham, Wash. 

391 Loris b d 


311 John was a farmer and married 4-28-1870 Ellen A., dau. 
Cyrus A. and Jane P. (Stetson) Dyer. b. 7-30-1843; d. 12-5- 
1886. married (2) 12-25-1887 Ida C., dau. Henry D. and Lucy 
H. (Catlin) Reynolds. 

Issue born in 

392 Alice Edna b 10-25-1873 d 

393 Eleanor Burton b 8-11-1877 d 



JOHN OF DUXBURY, MASS. 


257 


314 Charles married 8-13-1871 Flora W., dau. Martin and 
Almira ( ) Bourne, b. 5-8-1854; d. 

Issue born in 

394 Grace b 2-10-1873 d 11-11-1873 unm 

318 Albert Francis has served in the State Legislature and as 
District Att. He married 1-12-1888 Lucy C, dau. Henry D. and 
Lucy H. (Catlin) Reynolds, b. 2-11-1869; d. 


Issue born in Brockton, Mass. 


395 

Albert Damon 

b 

4-4-1889 

d 


396 

Marjorie Dean 

b 

7-20-1890 

d 


397 

Robert Harris 

b 

3-29-1895 

d 


398 

Arleen Muriel 

b 

7-11-1898 

d 


399 

John Stuart 

b 

12-5-1901 

d 


323 Blaney Phillips 

was 

a farmer and 

married 11-30-1885 

Eliz., 

dau. Michael and Eliz. ( 

) Glindon. 

b. 1-22-1862; d. 


Issue born in 



400 

Mary Elizabeth 

b 

11-4-1886 

d 

1-18-1887 unm 

401 

Ina Frances 

b 

2-18-1888 

d 


402 

Alice Gertrude 

b 

1-17-1870 

d 

1-22-1895 

403 

Dorothy Loretta 

b 

10-6-1893 

d 


404 

Wilhelmina Maria 

b 

2-28-1896 

d 


405 

Frank Glindon 

b 

6-4-1899 

d 



EIGHTH GENERATION 


334 John Elmer was a farmer and merchant, serving in the 
Civil war in Co. H. N. Y. Vol. Cav. 1861, became Major. He 
married 6-18-1876 Harriet B., dau. John W. and Paulina (Dyke) 
Griggs, b. ; d. 3-30-1918. 


Issue born in Crown Point, N. Y. 


406 John Hammond 

407 Edwin Bogue 

408 Mary Louise 

409 Elmer Eugene 


b 10-28-1877 
b 4-5-1881 
b 6-6-1885 
b 12-31-1886 


d 

d 

d 

d 


5-23-1886 unm 




258 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


340 Thomas Frissell married 5-7-1863 Amarilla A. Pelton. 
b. 10-11-1840; d. ; married (2) 8-10-1899 Mary 

Collins. 

Issue born in Hinsdale, Mass. 


409a Mary Elizabeth b 
b Homer Stanton b 
c Laura Semiramis b 
m 9-5-1895 
d Mabel Agnes b 
e Helen Louisa b 


8-22-1864 d 

12-12-1866 d 

11-27-1871 d 

Ernest G. Spring 
8-19-1877 d 

4-2-1882 d 


12-14-1870 unm 
4-6-1878 unm 


343a Charles Phelps is a prominent lawyer and married 12-21- 
1887 Laura Butler. 


Issue born in Minneapolis, Minn. 


410 Grace 

411 Helen 

a John Butler 
b Catherine A. 


b 11-21-1888 d 
b 7-8-1892 d 
b 12-11-1894 d 
b 4-19-1899 d 


352 Dr. Perley Newel in 1880 passed the best state Dental 
examination in Pa. and was given a certificate of proficiency, in 
1887 he graduated from the Medico-Chirurgical College, receiving 
a special prize in surgery. He married Cora, dau. Benj. 

F. and Lydia (Slade) Knapp, b. ; d. ; mar¬ 
ried (2) Lillian, dau. Jos. and Melissa (Hall) Joralmon. 

Issue born in Troy, Pa. 

412 Frank Stewart b d 


359 Judson E. married 1892 Clara Knapp. 

1868; d. 


Issue born in So. Lyon, Mich. 


b. ix-19- 


413 Paul A. . b 1-21-1893 d 

414 George Ivan b 3-20-1895 d 

415 Harvey Judson b 12-2-1899 d 




JOHN OF DUXBURY, MASS. 


2 59 


364 Morton L. was a newspaper man and married 4-26-1892 
Grace, dau. John and Katherine (Reardon) Black. 

Issue born in 

416 Morton Allen b 2-12-1893 d 8-11-1893 unm 

417 Morton L. b 5-4-1895 d 


373 Clinton B. married 10-3-1888 Esther A. Bliss. 


Issue born in Warren and Springfield, Mass. 


418 Emma Amelia b 

m 6-22-1912 

419 Roy Winifred b 

420 Esther Kennan b 

m 3-10-1917 

421 Lloyd Ludington b 

422 Calvin Burnette b 

423 Amos Bliss b 

424 Eleanor Adelaide b 


6-22-1889 d 

Edw. H. Hill 
8-12-1890 d 

10-19-1891 d 

Wm. Landers 

5- 29-1896 d 

6- 10-1900 d 

i-3i-i9°4 d 

7- 11-1905 d 


10-5-1897 unm 


7-24-1905 unm 


378 Frederick Cushing married 2-2-1888 Florence E., dau. 
Henry T. and Sarah (Hoar) Kimball, b. 1-10-1864; d. 5-12- 
1893. 

Issue born in 

425 Florence Ella b 5-10-1893 d 


381 Charles Herbert is a Conductor on the N. Y. Central & 
Hudson River RR. and married 3-20-1907 Marvel, dau. Sam’l. 
and Louise (Putnam) Shepard. 

Issue born in Syracuse, N. Y. 

426 Marvel Florence b 4-8-1908 d 

427 Violet Olivia b 5-13-1910 d 


386 Preston Gilbert is a shoe operator and machinist, he mar¬ 
ried 10-30-1900 Louise Meserve. 




z6o 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


Issue born in E. Bridgewater, Mass. 

428 Edward Hobart b 10-14-1903 d 

429 Eleanor Burrows b 6-22-1913 d 


388 Edward Clifton is chief clerk in the Law Dept, of the 
N. Y. N. H. & H. RR. He married 12-25-1903 Harriet C., dau. 
J. Ross and Ida M. ( ) South, b. 12-29-1881; d. 6-14- 

1919; married (2) 6-28-1922 Bertha M., dau. Andrew and Mary 
( ) McElvery. b. 2-23-1879; d. 

Issue born in Weymouth, Mass. 

430 Dorothy b 7-26-1905 d 

431 William Ross b 2-1-1910 d 

432 Leonard b 5-1-1915 d 


NINTH GENERATION 

406 John Hammond won his B.A. in 1899 at Cornell Univ. 
then studied law and has a good practice. He served in the 
World’s war 1917-19 as Major and Brigade Adjutant of 54th. Inf. 
Brigade, 27 Div.; 157th. Brig., 79 Div.; 74th. Inf. Brig. 37 
Div. A. E. F. He married 6-1-1910 Harriet B., dau. Louis M. 
and Laura (Provost) Fisher, b. 11-12-1886; d. 

Issue born in Glens Falls, N. Y. 

433 Janet b 3-19-1916 d 

407 Edwin Bogue at 16 went West for his health and engaged 
in ranch life, thence to Arkansas and Texas in lumber business, 
later returning home and running the farm for his father. He 
married 9-4-1907 Ella L., dau. Francis E. and Eva (Barnett) 
Huestis. b. 6-7-1882; d. 

Issue born in Crown Point, N. Y. 

434 John Francis b 9-7-1908 d 

435 James Penfield b 1-11-1911 d 

436 Edwin Bogue b 11-19-1912 d 




JOHN OF DUXBURY, MASS. 


261 


437 Francis Huestis 

438 Lorain 

439 Elmer Griggs 


b 9-6-1914 
b 10-7-1916 
b 6-23-1921 


d 

d 10-7-1916 unm 
d 6-25-1921 unm 


409 Elmer Eugene won his A.B. in 1910 at Cornell Univ. 
Ph.D. 1914, became Asst. Prof, of Plant Breeding at Cornell 
1914-19; Chief Agronomist at Rio Piedras, P. R. 1919-20, Asso. 
Prof, of Botany at Univ. of Georgia, 1921-22; from then in the 
Mass. Dept, of Agriculture. He married 9-4-1916 Edna L., dau. 
Rev. Wm. T. and Maria L. (Hammond) Snyder. 


Issue born in New York, Porto Rico, and Mass. 


440 Stephen Middleton b 

441 Mary Louisa b 

442 Robert Tayloe b 

443 Thomas Griggs b 


7-10-1917 

4-27-1919 

11-1-1920 

10-31-1922 


d 

d 

d 

d 


413 Paul A. married 1913 Violet, dau. Thos. G. and 

Leila (M ) Stafford, b. 5-8-1894; d. 


444 June Elaine 

445 Donalda Edith 

446 Virginia Ruth 

447 Dorothy Faye 

448 Leila Jean 


Issue born in 

b 12-5-1913 
b 10-25-1915 
b 1-8-1917 
b 1-31-1919 
b xi-24-1923 


d 

d 

d 

d y unm 

d 


419 Roy Winifred married 11-28-1917 Artie Naomi Baldwin. 

Issue born in Springfield, Mass, and Greensboro, N. C. 

449 Roy Winifred jr. b 9-28-1918 d 

450 Adelaide Esther b 3-18-1920 d 


422 Calvin Burnette served in the World’s war with the 54th. 
Coast Artillery, he married 6-26-1920 Matilda M. Ambrose. 

Issue born in Springfield, Mass. 

451 Roy Ambrose b 7-16-1921 d 

452 Bernice Matilda b 5-6-1923 d 















RICHARD OF ANDOVER, MASS. 




























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ANCESTRAL HOME AND THE FRYE ELM, 1725-1876, ANDOVER, MASS. 







RICHARD OF ANDOVER, MASS. 


Richard Barker, with his wife Joannah settled and is the only 
citizen known from the records to have been in Andover, Mass, 
in 1643. 

“The record of transfer of farm from Wm. Howes of Tops- 
field to Richard Barker in 1643 being first date recorded in 
Andover History. The transfer included house, land, stock, corn 
and’hay” 

His was the fourth name on the list of Freeholders, and he 
continued to buy large tracts of land, mainly around the pond. 
Later he signed with 23 others for more land, “there being from 
forty to a hundred ready to go up and settle with sons and ser¬ 
vants if they can get possession of Granite Hills, north of the 
Merrimac. They try for Concord but have to take Methuen. 
Richard holds the pocketbook.” 

He was Selectman of Andover until his death, and his name 
was connected with the first recorded business transaction and all 
town affairs of importance for fifty years. In 1645 Richard’s 
name was on the Church Com. and he was one of ten freeholders 
(required by law to constitute a church) to organize the First 
Baptist Church at No. Andover, 10-24-1645. 

His descendants are not famous as politicians, but aspire to 
Military honors and in 1678, Richard’s name appears on the list 
of Royal Allegiance, with five of his sons over sixteen years of 
age. He married Joannah, b. ; d. 4-11-1687. 

He d. 3-18-1693. 

Issue born in Andover, Mass. 


2 

John 

b 

1644 

d 

1-3-1722 

3 

William 

b 

1646 

d 

3-4-1718 

4 

Sarah 

b 

1647 

d 

2-8-1729 


m 

11-17-1673 

John Abbott 



5 

Esther 

b 

1649 

d 

3-4-1689 


m 

8-10-1676 

John Stevens 



6 

Ebenezer 

b 

3-22-1651 

d 

1-22-1747 

7 

Richard 

b 

4-10-1654 

d 

12-12-1729 

8 

Hannah 

b 

10-21-1656 

d 

4-6—1687 


m 

5-27-1680 

Christopher Osgood 

9 

Stephen 

b 

7-6-1659 

d 

5-21-1741 

10 

Benjamin 

b 

2-28-1663 

d 

io-n-1750 





266 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


SECOND GENERATION 

2 Deacon John was a Lieut, and great indian fighter, a hus¬ 
bandman and one of the first deacons of the North Church. He 
d. of small pox. He married 7-6-1670 Mary Stevens, b. 1652; 
d. 5-1-1703; married (2) 1717 Mrs Martha Smith. 


Issue born in Andover, Mass. 


II 

John 

b 

n-3-1673 

d 

3 -I 9 -I 75 I 

12 

Richard 

b 

2-20-1675 

d 


13 

Mary 

b 

9-3-1679 

d 

2-10-1752 


m 

4-30-1704 

William (20) 



14 

Mehitable 

b 


d 


m 


Richard Hall 



15 

Deborah 

b 

3-7-1685 

d 


m 

3-17-1708 

Abiel Stevens 



l6 

Joanna 

b 

7-17-1687 

d 



m 

1-26-1710 

John Farnum 



17 

Nathan 

b 

5-23-1690 

d 

12-5-1709 unm 

18 

Ephraim 

b 

10-26-1692 

d 

2-21-1695 unm 

19 

Ephraim 

b 

1697 

d 

2-9-1718 unm 


3 William served as fence viewer, pound keeper and constable 
and “strugged along with debts”. At the witchcraft trial 8-29- 
1692 he confessed that, being a poor man and having a large 
family and debts, he signed the devil’s book. Satan agreeing to 
pay all his debts and give him a comfortable life. He was a hus¬ 
bandman and married 2-20-1676 Mary Dix, b. 1655; d. 

4-29-1744. 

Issue born in Andover, Mass. 


20 

William 

b 

21 

Elizabeth 

b 


m 

5-15-1707 

22 

Hannah 

b 


m 

10-27-1719 

23 

Stephen 

b 

24 

Hananiah 

b 

25 

Hepzibah 

b 


m 

12-22-1726 

26 

John 

b 

27 

John 

b 

28 

Samuel 

b 


1- 22-1677 d 

d 

Sam’l. Stevens 
9-5-1681 d 

Edward Gray 
6-20-1683 d 

4-19-1685 d 

3-24-1687 d 

Josiah Holt 
3-15-1689 d 

2- 10-1690 d 

2-13-1692 d 


1-16-1745 


12-26-1721 unm 
11-21-1767 unm 
1769 

4- 13-1689 unm 
10-24-1764 

5- 13-1770 




RICHARD OF ANDOVER, MASS. 


267 


29 

Mary 

m 

b 

10-5-1721 

5-12-1695 
James Black 

d 

1721 

30 

Abiel 

b 

7-15-1697 

d 


31 

Sarah 

m 

b 

2-12-1728 

1699 
Wm. Smith 

d 

7-9-1792 


6 Ebenezer was wounded in King Philip’s war 1690 in the 
famous Swamp fight. He was a carpenter and one of the first 
Board of Selectmen in Methuen 1726. His wife Abigail was 
accused of being a “witch” but not convicted. He married 5-25- 
1686 Abigail Wheeler. 


Issue born in Andover, Mass. 


32 

Ebenezer 

b 

3-17-1687 d 

33 

Nathan 

b 

9-24-1688 d 

34 

Philemon 

b 

4-22-1695 d 

35 

Abigail 

b 

d 


m 

11-26-1723 

Banister 


6-7-1687 unm 


7 Richard was a weaver until 1709 and then became a yeoman 
and a Lieut. He married 4-21-1682 Hannah, dau. Benj. and 
Mary (Hazeltine) Kimball, b. 12-22-1661; d. 1-2-1744. 


Issue born in Bradford and Andover, Mass. 


36 

Samuel 

b 

2-20-1683 d 

10-1-1766 

37 

Sarah 

b 

11-23-1684 d 

1-20-1761 

38 

Hannah 

b 

3-11-1687 d 


39 

Elizabeth 

b 

2-11-1689 d 



m 

10-16-1708 

Jonathan Farnam 


40 

Benjamin 

b 

10-23-1691 d 

12-6-1752 

41 

Hester 

b 

8-10-1695 d 



m 

1720 

Peter Peavey 


42 

Richard 

b 

7-24-1698 d 

12-22-1698 unm 

43 

Judith 

b 

1699 d 



m 

I 73 i 

Dan’l. Hutchinson 


44 


b 

1701 d 

y unm 

45 

Richard 

b 

7-14-1706 d 

7-25-1706 unm 

9 

Lieut. Stephen was an 

officer in the Colonial Militia and was 


pioneer founder of Methuen, Mass, and principal man of the 





268 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


town. At the first Annual meeting 3-9-1726, he was legally- 
chosen Moderator. His marriage was the first one solomnized in 
the Colony by a minister instead of a magistrate. He married 
5-13-1687 Mary, dau. Geo. and Sarah (Farnam) Abbott, b. 
3-29-1664; d. 


Issue born in Andover, Mass. 


46 

Stephen 

b 

6-26-1688 

d 

8-7-1750 

47 

Zebediah 

b 

2-2-1690 

d 


48 

Nehemiah 

b 

2-17-1692 

d 


49 

Lydia 

b 

1-28-1694 

d 


50 

Mary 

b 

3-29-1696 

d 

4-16-1725 unm 

5 i 

James 

b 

8-24-1700 

d 

8-9-1740 

52 

Mary * 

b 

5-12-1702 

d 

2-4-1707 unm 

53 


b 

10-9-1703 

d 

1703 unm 

54 

Timothy 

b 

3 - 3 -I 705 

d 

5-28-1707 unm 

55 

Ebenezer 

b 

1706 

d 

1771 


10 Lieut. Benjamin was a husbandman and devised his home- 


stead to his son 

Benjamin. 

He married 1-2-1688 Hannah, dau. 

John and Hannah ( 

) Maston. b. 2-16-1667; d. 1-14- 

1733- 





Issue born 

in Andover, Mass. 

56 

Hannah 

b 

10-18-1689 d 


m 

1-13-1715 

John Carlton 

57 

Martha 

b 

2-18-1692 d 


m 

7-6-1715 

Christopher Carlton 

58 

Priscilla 

b 

2-25-1694 d 7-16-1735 


m 

7 - I 5 _I 7 I 4 

Capt. Nathaniel Fry 

59 

Benjamin 

b 

2-15-1696 d 10-6-1765 




No issue 


m 

1744 

Joanna 

60 

Alice 

b 

2-14-1698 d 10-3-1729 unm 

61 

Joseph 

b 

2-20-1700 d 11-10-1733 

62 


b 

1701 d 1701 unm 

63 

Abigail 

b 

1702 d 7-23-1761 


m 

1755 

Capt. Thos. Stoddard 

64 

Phebe 

b 

d 


m 

3-2-1727 

Job Marble 

65 

Joanna 

b 

5-6-1707 d 


m 

9-11-1744 

Jonathan Shepard 

66 

Jonathan 

b 

7-14-1708 d 1-20-1737 




RICHARD OF ANDOVER, MASS. 


269 


THIRD GENERATION 

11 Capt. John was quartermaster during the Indian wars. He 
was a husbandman and also deacon. He married 6-21-1711 Sarah 
Chadwick, b. 1686; d. 11-2-1726; married (2) 7-24-1729 
Mehitable, dau. Wm. and Mehitable (Kimball) Stickney. b. 12-4- 
1689; d. 12-4-1752. 


Issue born in Andover, Mass. 


67 


b 

1712 

d 

1712 unm 

68 

John 

b 

9-5-1713 

d 

12-17-1713 unm 

69 

John 

b 

9 “ 2 5 ~ I 7 I 4 

d 

12-15-1714 unm 

70 


b 

10-26-1715 

d 

1715 unm 

7 i 

Joanna 

b 

8-3-1717 

d 

7-24-1736 unm 

72 

Ephraim 

b 

7-9-1719 

d 

9-12-1745 

73 

John 

b 

8-15-1721 

d 

7 -I 9 -I 79 2 

74 


b 

12-24-1722 

d 

1722 unm 

75 

Mary 

b 

1-11-1723 

d 


76 

Joshua 

b 

12-7-1724 

d 

1-12-1725 unm 

77 

Joshua 

b 

10-21-1726 

d 

7-30- 1 727 unm 

78 

Caleb 

b 

10-21-1726 

d 


79 

Nathan 

b 


d 

3-2&-1789 

80 

Sarah 

b 


d 



m 

11-20-1744 

John Kimball 



81 

Esther 

b 


d 

12-29-1810 


m 

4-23-1747 

Andrew Kimball 



12 Richard was a husbandman and married 8-2-1705 Sarah 


Graves. 

82 Richard 

Issue born 

b 

in Andover, 

10-6-1712 

Mass. 

d 

10-7-1712 unm 

83 Abiel 

b 

10-12-1714 

d 


84 

b 

4-10-1717 

d 

1717 unm 

8 5 

b 

9-23-1720 

d 

1720 unm 

86 Richard 

b 

1722 

d 

7-28-1751 

20 William 

was a yeoman and married 4-30-1704 Mary (13). 

87 

Issue born 

b 

in Andover, 

12-14-1704 

Mass. 

d 

1704 unm 

88 

b 

3-15-1706 

d 

1706 unm 

89 William 

b 


d 

1744 




270 


BARKER GENEALOGY 



90 

Nathan 

b 

11-12-1709 

d 

8-10-1774 

9 1 

Mary 

b 

12-11-1711 

d 



m 

5-7-1730 

Joshua Foster 



9 2 

David 

b 


d 


93 

Timothy 

b 

5-10-1714 

d 

11-25-1718 unm 

94 

Deborah 

b 

2-1-1717 

d 



m 

6-25-1740 

John Foster 



95 

Timothy 

b 

2-18-1720 

d 

8-24-1752 


27 John was a yeoman and married 1721 Sarah G. Brad¬ 
ford, b. 1695; d. 7-3-1761. 




Issue born 

in Andover, Mass. 


96 


b 

1722 d 

1722 unm 

97 

Stephen 

b 

6-15-1724 d 

4-20-1811 

98 

Mary 

b 

7-10-1726 d 



m 

2 - 7-1753 

Ephraim Chadwick 


99 

Sarah 

b 

12-13-1728 d 



m 

3-28-1751 

David Chadwick 


100 

Hephzibah 

b 

1730 d 



m 

2-26-1755 

Nathaniel Peabody 


IOI 

dau. 

b 

2-27-1731 d 

1731 unm 

102 

Elizabeth 

b 

7 - 4-1734 d 

6-8-1738 unm 

103 

Prudence 

b 

2 - 7-1737 d 

6-14-1738 unm 


28 Deacon Samuel was a yeoman and married 5-13-1725 Sarah 
Farnum, b. 1700; d. 11-23-1743; married (2) 4-10-1746 

Sarah Robinson. 


104 Joshua 

105 Joshua 

106 Sarah 

107 Phebe 

m 


Issue born in Andover, Mass. 


b 8-7-1727 d 

b 12-23-1728 d 

b 10-4-1747 d 

b 1-2-1750 d 

6-19-1766 Jedediah Holt 


10-3-1727 unm 

8- 29-1730 unm 

9- 29-1763 unm 


30 Abiel was a yeoman and moved to Boxford, Mass, in 1747. 
He married 9-28-1732 Hannah Stiles, b. ; d. 6-6-1737; 

married (2) 9-21-1738 Ann Maxfield. 




RICHARD OF ANDOVER, MASS. 


271 


Issue born in Andover and Boxford, Mass. 


108 

Hannah 

b 

10-5-1733 

d 




m 

2-13-I750 

Elias Smith 




109 

Abiel 

b 

5 - 14-1736 

d 



no 

Elizabeth 

b 

7-11-1739 

d 

7-20-1739 

unm 

III 

son 

b 

II-2-I742 

d 

n-2-1742 

unm 

112 

son 

b 

II-2-1742 

d 

11-3-1742 

unm 

113 

John 

b 

II- 4 -I 743 

d 



114 

Phebe 

b 

8-2I-I746 

d 

9-23-1746 

unm 

115 

Hananiah 

b 

4-7-1748 

d 

5-11-1802 


116 

son 

b 

I-I2-I750 

d 

1-12-1750 

unm 


33 

Nathan was a yeoman 

and housewright. He married 5-28- 

1711 

Bethia Bodwell, b. 

1683; d. 4-24-1760. 

• 


Issue born 

in Andover, Mass. 

11 7 

Nathan 

b 

i 7 J 3 d 

118 

Martha 

b 

7-27-1714 d 


m 

7-4-1734 

Joseph Parker 

119 

Jacob 

b 

d 


34 Philemon was a husbandman and moved to Methuen in 


1747 - 

He was 

a poet and married 4-29-1724 Mary Love joy. 



Issue born 

in Andover, 

Mass. 


120 

Mary 

b 

4-15-1725 

d 


121 

Philemon 

b 

3-16-1727 

d 


122 

Daniel 

b 

10-6-1728 

d 

1754 

123 

Abigail 

b 

4-26-1731 

d 

10-3-1739 unm 

124 

Hannah 

b 

3-29-1733 

d 



m 

7-24-1758 

Eliphalet Bodwell 


125 

Ebenezer 

b 

3-4-1736 

d 

5-20-1737 unm 

126 

Lydia 

b 

7-18-1737 

d 


127 

Ebenezer 

b 

3-31-1739 

d 

7-23-1826 

128 

Andrew 

b 

9-22-1741 

d 

• 


36 Deacon Samuel was a yeoman and married 10-16-1708 
Sarah, dau. Daniel and Sarah (Kimball) Gage. b. 1684; d. 
9-22-1764. 





272 BARKER GENEALOGY 


129 


Issue born 

b 

in Andover, 

5-30-1709 

Mass. 

d 

1709 unm 

130 

Elizabeth 

b 

1711 

d 


131 


b 

5-2-1712 

d 

1712 unm 

132 

Samuel 

b 

10-10-1714 

d 

11-11-1796 

133 

Mehitable 

b 

6-13-1716 

d 

8-29-1749 

134 

m 

Sarah 

9 -i 5 -i 743 
b 

Dea. Uriah Ballard 

d 



40 Benjamin was a husbandman and married 1-21-1720 
Mehitable, dau. Dan’l and Martha (Burbank) Gage. b. 

1698; d. 2-17-1761. 


Issue born in Andover, Mass. 


135 

Richard 

b 

10-17-1720 

d 

H-U-U 77 

136 

Hannah 

b 

8-2-1722 

d 

x 2-29-1736 unm 

137 

Martha 

b 

8-2-1722 

d 

4-23-1745 unm 

138 

Abigial 

b 

9-6-1725 

d 

10-18-1736 unm 

139 

Mehitable 

b 

4-12-1728 

d 


140 

Judith 

b 

4-12-1728 

d 

10-14-1736 unm 

141 

Benjamin 

b 

2-14-1731 

d 

1769 

142 

Daniel 

b 

5-11-1734 

d 



46 Stephen was a cordwainer and prominent in civil as well 
as religious life. He lived in Chelmsford, Mass, in 1719, Andover 
in 1721-25, Methuen in 1726, and devised his home to his son 
John. He married Mary 


143 

Stephen 

Issue born 

b 

in Andover, Mass. 

d 

1801 

144 

m 

John 

3-9-1784 

b 

Abigail Swan 

d 

No issue 

1799 

145 

Mehitable 

b 

d 


146 

m 

2 m 

son 

3-18-1742 

I- 3 I-I 754 

b 

Richard (86) 

Capt. John Chickering 
9-28-1721 d 

1721 unm 

147 

dau. 

b 

1-16-1725 d 

1725 unm 


47 Zebediah was a husbandman, lived in Haverhill, Mass, 
until 1720, then moved to Methuen, Mass. He joined the Old 



RICHARD OF ANDOVER, MASS. 


2 73 


South Church, Andover, 8-5-1716, and married 12-30-1717 Eliza¬ 
beth, dau. Christopher and ( ) Lovejoy. b. 

1697; d. 


Issue born in Haverhill and Methuen, Mass. 


148 

Zebediah 

b 

9-28-1718 

d 

3-1-1719 unm 

149 

Zebediah 

b 

1-8-1720 

d 

5-2-1780 

150 

Timothy 

b 

5-14-1721 

d 

151 

Jonathan 

b 

4-22-1723 

d 


152 

Daniel 

b 

12-1-1724 

d 


153 

Jacob 

b 

10-10-1726 

d 

8-17-1803 

154 

Joshua 

b 

4-3-1728 

d 

155 

David 

b 

6-1-1731 

d 

1815 

156 

Caleb 

b 

3-13-1733 

d 

157 

Elizabeth 

b 

3-8-1735 

d 

y unm 

158 

Abiall 

d 

5-12-1737 

d 



48 Nehemiah was a mariner and married 
Waters. 


Issue born in Salem, Mass. 


11-1-1716 Mary 


159 Mary 

160 Anne 

161 Lydia 


b 7-13-1717 d 

2-4-1735 John Phipps 

b 7 ” 5“ I 7 d 

b 10-20-17 d 


51 James was a yeoman and married 9-11-1727 Maria Bixby. 


Issue born in Methuen, Mass. 


162 James 

163 James 

164 Hannah 

m 

165 William 

166 Phineas 

167 Mary 


b 

b 

b 

9 - 25-1750 

b 

b 

b 


7-10-1728 d 

3- 25-1730 d 

2-22-1732 d 

Daniel Stevens 

4- 10-1734 d 

8-2-1737 d 

2-25-1739 d 


12-27-1729 unm 

9-26-1730 unm 


55 Ebenezer was the first teacher in the schools, then a yeo¬ 
man, was appointed Justice of Peace 2-4-1762, was drowned in 
the Merrimac river. He married 12-21-1730 Abigail Morse, b. 
1705; d. 12-24-1771. 



274 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


Issue born in Methuen, Mass. 


168 

169 

170 

171 

172 

173 

174 


Ebenezer 

Nehemiah 

Moses 

Asa 

Enoch 

Judith 

m 

Asa 


b 

b 

b 

b 

b 

b 

3-30-1770 

b 


H-5-I73I d 

2- 11-1734 d 
4-10-1737 d 

4- i3-i739 d 

5- 10-1741 d 

3- 24-1743 d 

Jacob Merrick 

1745 d 


8- 18-1805 
1-20-1810 

1821 

9- 12-1742 unm 
9-13-1760 unm 


7-26-1789 


61 Joseph was a carpenter and married 
dau. Nathan and Mary (French) Shed. b. 


11-18-1726 Priscilla, 
8-2-1705; d. 


Issue born in Andover, Mass. 


175 Joseph 

176 Thomas 

177 Jonathan 

178 Mehi table 


b 10-4-1728 
b 2-26-1731 
b 
b 


d 1756 

d 10-7-1736 unm 
d 
d 


66 Jonathan was a yeoman and lived in Andover, Mass, until 
1732 then moved to Methuen, Mass. He married 1-26-1728 Mary 
Abbott. 

Issue born in Andover and Methuen, Mass. 


179 

Jonathan 

b 

10-2 3-17.28 

d 

180 

Alice 

b 

4-9-1731 

d 


m 

9-25-1750 

Wm. Messer 



2 m 

1763 

John Wilson 


181 

Mary 

b 

u-28-1733 

d 

182 

Hannah 

b 

6-10-1736 

d 


4-29-1794 

1794 


12-3-1739 unm 
2-28-1737 unm 


FOURTH GENERATION 

72 Ephraim was a yeoman and died in the Kings service at 
Lewisburg. He married 

Issue born in Andover, Mass. 

183 John b 1744 d 1818 




RICHARD OF ANDOVER, MASS. 


275 


73 Lieut. John was a yeoman, residing in the N. Parish. He 
married 6-11-1747 Mehitable, dau. Sam’l and Hannah (Frazer) 
Goodridge. b. 3-12-1725; d. 1797. 


Issue born in Andover, Mass. 


184 

Joanna 

b 

3-27-1748 

d 




m 

8-25-1772 

Ephriam Chandler 




2 m 

IO-4-I778 

Silas Plummer 




185 

Eunice 

b 

3 -I 9 -I 7 SO 

d 




m 

5-7-1767 

Dea. Pelaiah Lakeman 


186 

Mehitable 

b 

9-27-1752 

d 




m 

2-10-1776 

Dudley Carlton 



187 

John 

b 

9-27-1752 

d 

8-26-1756 

unm 

188 

Deborah 

b 

8-25-1754 

d 



189 

Isaac 

b 

7-17-1756 

d 



190 

Susanna 

b 

8-16-1758 

d 




m 

11-30-1777 

Moses Fessenden 



191 

John 

b 

10-22-1760 

d 

2-16-1763 

unm 

192 

Sarah 

b 

1-9-1763 

d 

y 

unm 

193 

John 

b 

2-11-1765 

d 

n-25-1799 


194 

Elizabeth 

b 

5-7-1771 

d 

12-11-1832 

unm 


86 Richard was a yeoman and married 3-18-1742 Mehitable 


(145)- 






Issue born 

in Andover, Mass. 


195 

John 

b 

2-6-1743 d 

5-28-1806 

196 

Mehitable 

b 

3-25-1745 d 

7-9-1749 unm 

197 

Anne 

b 

12-9-1746 d 



m 

6-29-1764 

Stephen Messer 


198 

Jonathan 

b 

11-20-1748 d 

12-25-1748 unm 

199 

Mehitable 

b 

11-21-1749 d 



m 

2-27-1770 

John Whittier jr. 


200 

Joanna 

b 

10-21-1751 d 

9-25-1762 unm 


89 William was a husbandman, living in Andover, Mass, until 
1732 when he moved to Rumford, N. H. He married 3-10-1730 
Martha Ingalls. 

Issue born in Andover, Mass, and Rumford, N. H. 

201 Ephriam b 5-23-1731 d 

202 David b 1732 d 





276 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


203 William 

204 John 

205 Stephen 

206 Mary 

207 Martha 

208 Deborah 


b 

b 

b 

b 

b 

b 


1734 d 
1736 d 
1738 d 
d 
d 
d 


90 Lieut. Nathan was a yeoman and a husbandman, living in 
Andover, Mass, until 1749 then moving to Boxford, Mass. He 
married 1-2-1736 Anna Platts. 


Issue born in Andover and Boxford, Mass. 


209 

Jonas 

b 

1-24-1737 

d 

1-8-1738 

unm 

210 

Jonas 

b 

12-29-1738 

d 

10-30-1762 

unm 

211 

Mary 

b 

6-13-1741 

d 

11-12-1762 

unm 

212 

Ann 

b 

3-21-1743 

d 

10-29-1753 

unm 

213 

Sarah 

b 

1-18-1747 

d 

10-31-1753 

unm 

214 

William 

b 

3-3-1750 

d 

1019-1753 

unm 

215 

Hannah 

b 

7-7-1753 

d 

9-25-1774 

unm 

2l6 

Ann 

b 

2-9-1757 

d 

11-5-1762 

unm 

217 

Nathan 

b 

n-3-1765 

d 

11-301766 

unm 


95 Timothy was a yeoman and lived in N. Parish. He mar¬ 
ried 11-15-1744 Mehitable, dau. John and Eliz. (Chapman) 
Kimball. 

Issue born in Andover, Mass. 


218 

Asa 

b 

3-9-1746 

d 

11-19-1746 unm 

219 

Mehitable 

b 

8-27-1747 

d 



m 

1-8-1766 

Solomon Cole 



220 

Asa 

b 

12-101748 

d 

1822 

221 

Elizabeth 

b 

2-24-1751 

d 



m 


James Hall 



222 

Timothy 

b 

2-26-1753 

d 

11-1-1762 unm 

97 

Stephen was a yeoman, living in the 

N. 

Parish. He mar- 


ried 6-22-1749 Sarah Chadwick, b. ; d. 1-14-1806. 

Issue born in Andover, Mass. 

b 3 - 14-1750 d 

1770 Abraham Poor 

b 4-24-1753 d 10-8-1839 


223 Elizabeth 

m 

224 John 




RICHARD OF ANDOVER, MASS. 


277 


225 

Sarah 

m 

b 

12-31-1778 

7-16-1756 
Moses Wood 

d 


226 

Mary 

b 

3-16-1758 

d 

2-20-1778 unm 

227 

Stephen 

b 

10-12-1771 

d 

3-14-1849 


109 Abiel was a yeoman, living in N. Parish until 1777 when 
he settled in Pelham, N. H. He married 2-19-1760 Sarah, dau. 
John and Mary (Lakeman) Hovey. 


228 Hannah 

229 John 

230 Solomon 

231 Isaac 

232 Sarah 


Issue born in Andover, Mass. 


b 1-5-1763 

b 12-31-1764 
b 5-6-1767 
b 8-24-1769 
b 2-4-1772 


d 

d 11-25-1799 
d 
d 
d 


115 Hananiah was a Rev. soldier, serving at Ticonderoga 
1 776-77 and at Valley Forge, after the war he took a hundred 
acre farm in Reading, Vt. was member of the Reading “Congre¬ 
gational and Moral Society”. He married 8-24-1783 Sarah 
Hathorn. 

Issue born in Reading, Vt. 


233 

234 

235 

236 

237 

238 

239 

240 


John 

Hannah 

m 

Salla 

Susannah 

Samuel 

Mary 

Abiel 

Eunice 


b 

b 

8-12-1804 

b 

b 

b 

b 

b 

b 


8-31-1784 d 

12-31-1786 d 

Peter Bridges 
11-3-1788 d 

5-1790 d 

7-16-1792 d 

5 -I 4 -I 79 S d 

12-28-1796 d 

10-1-1799 d 


1835 


2-9-1872 

1843 

9-8-1800 unm 


117 Nathan was a yeoman and married 3-11-1742 Mary Mer¬ 
rill, b. 1721; d. 7-29-1794. 

Issue born in Boxford, Mass. 

b 9-22-1743 d 10-21-1743 unm 

b 5-22-1745 d 

b 3 ~ I 7~ I 754 d 


241 Nathan 

242 Moses 

243 Mary 




278 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


125 Ebenezer was a yeoman and served in the Rev. war as 
private with Capt. Jonathan Robinson’s Co. N. H. troops were in 
the siege of Burgoyne. He married 9-3-1762 Dolly Sherburn. 
b. 1745; d. 7-13-1825. 


Issue born in Pelham. N. H. 


244 Jesse b 

245 Mary b 

m 

246 Dorothy b 

247 Hannah b 

248 Ebenezer b 

249 John b 

250 David b 


1-28-1764 d 10-15-1850 

12-1-1766 d 

Solomon Davis 
9-20-1768 d 

1- 31-1770 d 

4-11-1772 d 

2- 18-1774 d 

6-2-1777 d 


132 Deacon Samuel was a yeoman and married 4-2-1741 Eliz. 
Farnum, b. ; d. 6-18-1817. 


Issue born in Andover, Mass. 


251 

Samuel 

b 

i-n-1743 

d 

252 

Phineas 

b 

3-19-1745 

d 

253 

Elizabeth 

b 

4-27-1748 

d 


m 

12-6-1770 

Phineas Tyler 


254 

Mehitable 

b 

12-16-1752 

d 

255 

Anna 

b 

12-16-1752 

d 


1823 

3-18-1817 


5-21-1833 unm 
11-11-1815 unm 


135 Richard was a yeoman and an ensign in 1777. He mar¬ 
ried 6-22-1749 Anna, dau. Jonathan and Eliz. (Barker) Farnam. 
b. 9-9-1729; d. 11-2-1777. 


Issue born in Pelham, N. H. 


256 

257 

258 

259 

260 

261 

262 


Hannah b 

m 11-14-1771 
Isaac * b 

Martha b 


mu 12-31-1775 


Richard ' b 

Richard b 

Elizabeth b 

m 1776 

Mehitable b 


3-371750 d 

Jonathan Webster 
11-1-1751 d 

1753 d 

Ebenezer Webster 

T 7 S 5 d 

1758 d 

1761 d 

James Hale 
3-13-1763 d 


1806 


1755 unm 
1758 unm 




RICHARD OF ANDOVER, MASS. 279 


263 

Jonathan 

b 

4-9-1765 

d 

4-19-1830 

264 

Benjamin 

b 

n-17-1768 

d 

265 

Phineas 

b 

12-25-1773 

d 

1775 unm 


141 Benjamin was a husbandman and married 1756 Mary 
Butler. 

Issue born in 

266 Benjamin b 1757 d 7-21-1839 


144 John was a yeoman and inherited the homestead. He 
married 11-11-1742 Sarah Roberts. 


Issue born in Methuen, Mass. 


267 

Mary 

b 

11-27-1743 d 

268 

Sarah 

b 

2-26-1745 d 


m 


Robt. Ford 

269 

John 

b 

1-13-1747 d 

270 

Thomas 

b 

4-6-1749 d 

271 

Elizabeth 

b 

IO- 3 -I 753 d 


m 


Mitchell Hibbard 


2 m 


John L. Corliss 

272 

Stephen 

b 

4-29-1756 d 

273 

Richard 

b 

5-26-1758 d 

274 

Hannah 

b 

9-13-1759 d 


m 


Oliver Bowers 


12-4-1748 unm 


10-27-1762 unm 


149 Zebadiah was a weaver, and married 12-15-1743 Phebe 
Merrill, b. 1723; d. 4-24-1749; married (2) 3-8-1750 

Deborah Merrill. 


Issue born in Methuen, Mass. 


275 

Silas 

b 

1744 

d 

276 

Daniel 

b 

5-30-1746 

d 

277 

Phebe 

b 

5-4-1748 

d 


m 

9-27-1769 

Nathan Austin 


278 

Zebadiah 

b 

II- 25 -I 750 

d 

279 

Isaac 

b 

11-25-1750 

d 

280 

Deborah 

b 

9-24-1752 

d 

281 

Stephen 

b 

6-1-1754 

d 

282 

' Peter 

b 

5-26-1756 

d 


10-10-1819 

1793 


5-23-1829 




280 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


283 

Abijah 

b 

7 “21-1759 

d 

4-22-1847 

284 

Zilpah 

b 

1-7-1762 

d 



m 

1-11-1782 

Jonas Richardson 


285 

Nathan 

b 

6—8—1764 

d 


286 

Hepzibah 

b 

5-28-1767 

d 



m 

9-12-1790 

Caleb Foster 



287 

Levi 

b 

7-7-1769 

d 

4-15-1849 


150 Timothy was a cooper and married 12-27-1743 Sarah, 
dau. James and Sarah (Bagley) Davis, b. 3-18-1722; d. 


Issue born in Methuen, Mass. 

288 Timothy b 11-2-1744 d 

289 Tamar b 9-22-1746 d 

m 8-31-1773 Francis Sawyer 


1 53 Jacob was a farmer and millwright, he founded Barker’s 
Mills, now a part of Lewiston, Me. where he went in 1774 and 
built a saw mill and a grist mill. He married 3-11-1760 Hannah 


Foster. 






Issue born 

in Dracut, Mass. 


290 

Hannah 

b 

11-23-1760 d 



m 


Amos Lander 


291 

Azariah 

b 

3-22-1762 d 


292 

Esther 

b 

10-25-1763 d 

2-1-1824 


m 

10-25-1782 

Ebenezer Pettengill 


293 

Cyrus 

b 

6-9-1765 d 

2-25-1838 

294 

Anice 

b 

1-12-1767 d 



m 

5-10-1789 

John Merrill 


295 

Mary 

b 

1769 d 



m 


Daniel Austin 


296 

Phebe 

b 

1771 d 

8-23-1848 


m 

1796 

Benj. Pettengill 



154 Joshua was a husbandman and lived in Methuen until 
1757 when he settled in Andover, Mass. He married 11-8-1750 
Martha Wright. 

Issue born in Methuen and Andover, Mass. 

297 Martha b 11-30-1752 d 

298 Joshua b -20-1755 d 



299 Obadiah 

300 Ruth 

301 Jonathan 


RICHARD OF ANDOVER, MASS. 


281 


b 10-20-1758 d 
b 9-26-1760 d 
b 9-6-1762 d 


155 David served in the Rev. war as private in Capt. Sam’l 
Johnson’s Co. Col. Titcomb’s Reg., honorably discharged 6-27- 
1777, then he became a teacher “he used a tattling stick and a 
peaked block for correction. The master’s wages were then $4.00 
per month.” “The text books were a Psalter, a testament, Dil- 
worth’s spelling book and a primer.” He married n-27-1755 
Sarah Barker, b. 6-16-1737; d. 


Issue born in Methuen, Mass. 


302 

Elizabeth 

b 

5-15-1756 

d 

y unm 

303 

Sarah 

b 

4-14-1758 

d 


304 

David 

b 

3-28-1760 

d 

2-6-1820 

305 

Theodore 

b 

3-31-1762 

d 

5-11-1847 

306 


b 


d 


307 

Jermina 

b 

12-24-1765 

d 

12-28-1768 unm 

308 


b 


d 


309 


b 


d 


310 

William 

b 

3-30-1768 

d 


311 

Dorcas 

b 

3-29-1770 

d 


3 12 

John 

b 

3-17-1772 

d 


3 i 3 


b 


d 


3 i 4 

Deborah 

b 

5-20-1775 

d 


3 i 5 


b 


d 


316 


b 


d 


3 i 7 

Ephraim Foster 

b 

1-10-1778 

d 

i860 

318 


b 


d 


3 i 9 


b 


d 


320 

Judith 

b 

10-17-1781 

d 


321 


b 


d 


322 


b 


d 


3 2 3 

Zebadiah 

b 

3-1-1784 

d 



156 

Caleb was 

a farmer and married 


Hannah 



Issue born in Dracut, 

Mass. 


324 

Caleb 

b 10-24-1758 

d 


325 

William 

b 3-8-1760 

d 






282 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


165 William was a cordwainer and married 5-17-1760 Jane, 
dau. William and Kaziah (Cloyes) Goddard. 


Issue born in Westboro, Mass, and Marlboro, N. H. 


326 

Abigail 

b 

8-20-1760 

d 


327 

William 

b 

6-5-1762 

d 

4-12-1790 

328 

Mary 

b 

12-18-1763 

d 


329 

Ruth 

b 

4-2-1766 

d 

4-7-1790 unm 

330 

John 

b 

12-1-1767 

d 

1820 

331 

Elizabeth 

b 

2-5-1770 

d 



m 

3-20-1800 

Abijah Cadwell 


332 

Luke 

b 

10-12-1771 

d 

3-3- 1 786 unm 

333 

Nathan 

b 

9-28-1773 

d 


334 

Peleg 

b 

8-6-1776 

d 

3-1-1786 unm 

335 

Lucy 

b 

7-14-1780 

d 


336 

Olive 

b 

9-18-1783 

d 

1-7-1786 unm 


166 Phineas was a yeoman and married 5-7-1761 Sarah How. 


Issue born in Andover, Mass. 

337 Sarah b 3-26-1762 d 10-28-1764 unm 

338 James b 9-10-1763 d 10-27-1764 unm 


168 Ebenezer was a yeoman and married 3-22-1759 Hannah 
Bodwell. 


Issue born in Methuen, Mass. 


339 Ebenezer 

340 Benjamin 

341 Silas 

342 Daniel 


b 5-1S-1765 

b 6-24-1767 
b 12-11-1769 
b 9-17-1771 


d 5-18-1830 
d 
d 
d 


169 Nehemiah was “righteous and pious” and moved to Mil¬ 
ford, N. H. in 1782. He married Mary, dau. Benj. and Mary 
( ) Abbott, b. 7-21-1732; d. 8-25-1798; married (2) 

3-17-1799 Mrs Elizabeth L. Wallingford, dau. Abraham and Eliz. 
(Hastings) Leeman. b. 2-23-1746; d. 





RICHARD OF ANDOVER, MASS. 


283 




Issue born 

in Methuen, 

Mass. 


343 

Abigail 

b 

1-24-1762 

d 

7-11-1793 unm 

344 

Joel 

b 

8-11-1764 

d 

12-5-1832 

345 

Mary 

b 

9-19-1766 

d 

10-23-1766 unm 

346 

Mary 

b 

12-18-1767 

d 

9-3-1824 

m 

1-6-1791 

Jacob Spaulding 

7-23-1840 

347 

Dorcas 

b 

9-4-1770 

d 


m 


Merrill Pierce 


170 Lieut. Moses was a 

yeoman and 

one of the Minute Men 

at Lexington Alarm, served several enlistments 

in Mass, militia. 

He married 12- 

-14-1758 Lydia Gutterson. 





Issue born 

in Methuen, 

Mass. 


348 

Moses 

b 

n-28-1759 

d 


349 

Enoch 

b 

12-4-1760 

d 


350 

Joseph 

b 

9-8-1762 

d 


351 

James 

b 

8-12-1764 

d 


352 

Josiah 

b 

2-15-1766 

d 

y unm 

353 

Samuel 

b 

8-8-1767 

d 


354 

Isaac 

b 


d 


355 

Elisha 

b 


d 


356 

Kaziah 

b 


d 


357 

Ezra 

b 


d 


358 

Spencer 

b 


d 


359 

Jacob 

b 


d 


360 

Amos 

b 


d 



174 Asa was a cordwainer and married Lydia Pierce, an aunt 
of Franklin Pierce, President of the United States 1853. They 
married 3-17-1768. She was born 1751; d. 2-5-1823. 


Issue born in Methuen, Dracut, Tyngsboro, Mass. 


361 

Phebe b 

m 8-24-1791 

8-9-1770 d 

Sampson Stevens 

4-18-1849 

362 

Asa 

b 

8-27-1772 

d 

2-23-1836 

363 

Elizabeth 

b 

4-16-1775 

d 

1-8-1837 unm 

364 

Nehemiah 

b 

6-1-1776 

d 

y unm 

365 

Nehemiah 

b 

6-1-1778 

d 


366 

Henry Bowers 

b 

7-4-1780 

d 








284 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


367 William b 

368 Lydia b 

m 

2 m 12-24-1812 


1782 d i860 

7-12-1783 d 4-3-1865 

Sam’l Healy 
Robt. B. Chamberlin 


175 Joseph was a husbandman and married 5-16-1751 
Mehitable, dau. James Abigail (Wilson) Barnard, b. 2-3-1731; d. 

Issue born in Andover, Mass. 

369 Benjamin b 1752 d 


179 Jonathan was a yeoman, serving as Serg. Major at the 
Lexington Alarm under Capt. Sam’l Johnson. He married 10-13- 
1750 Abigail Mitchell, b. 1829; d. 2-15-1806. 


Issue born in Methuen, Mass. 


370 Mary b 

371 Jonathan b 

372 Jonathan b 

373 Benjamin b 

374 Mary b 

m 5-11-1779 

375 Hannah 

m 12-11-1783 

376 Samuel b 

377 Jesse b 

378 Symonds Epes b 

379 Amos b 

380 Elijah b 

381 Abigail b 

m 11-24-1795 

382 Alice b 

m 7-14-1791 


7- 28-1751 d 

12-20-1752 d 

5- 26-1754 d 

9-4-1755 d 

3-I-I757 . d 

Solomon Jennings 

1- 16-1759 d 

Daniel Morse 

8- 15-1760 d 

4-30-1762 d 

6- 16-1764 d 

3-21-1766 d 

2- 25-1768 d 

9- 25-1769 d 

Joseph Osgood 
12-29-1771 d 

Joseph O’Neil 


9 - 7- 1 756 unm 
11-13-1753 unm 

5-14-1841 


2-14-1769 unm 


FIFTH GENERATION 

183 John bought land in Princeton, Mass, in 1761 and served 
in the Rev. war as Serg. in Capt. James Mirick’s Co. which 
marched to reinforce Gates at Saratoga. He was also in the war 




RICHARD OF ANDOVER, MASS. 


285 


of 1812, then became a successful farmer. He married 10-1-1769 
Prudence, dau. Phineas and Eliz. ( ) Gleason, b. 3-20- 

1747; d. 12-5-1846. 




Issue born 

in Princeton, 

Mass. 

383 

John 

b 

7-20-1770 

d 12-11-1771 unm 

384 

John 

b 

4-10-1773 

d 12-17-1826 

385 

William 

b 

3-22-1775 

d 

386 

Robert 

b 

11-29-1777 

d 

387 

Jonas 

b 


d 12-5-1812 unm 

388 

Prudence 

b 

3 - 3 I-I 792 

d 


195 John was a joiner and moved 1783 to Fryeburg, Me. He 
married 2-22-1770 Hannah, dau. Joseph and Hannah ( ) 

Wilson, b. 1739; d. 


389 

390 

391 

392 

393 

394 

395 

396 

397 

398 


Issue born 

in Andover, Mass. 


John 

b 

11-19-1770 d 

12-27-1863 

Richard 

b 

8-21-1773 d 


Stephen 

b 

8-21-1773 d 

10-25-1852 

Hannah 

b 

4 - 3-1775 cl 


m 

1797 

Abraham Andrews 


Mehitable 

b 

9-23-1777 d 


m 


Joseph Kilgore 


William 

b 

6-28-1780 d 


Ruby 

b 

1782 d 


m 


Capt. Benj. Day 


Joseph 

b 

d 

y unm 

Mary 

b 

1790 d 


Joseph Wilson 

b 

1792 d 



201 Ephraim was a Rev. soldier and married 2-27-1752 
Hannah, dau. Thos. and Rebecca (Holt) Grow. b. 11-8-1723; 
d. 1-29-1765. 

Issue born in Pomfret, Conn. 


399 William 

400 Hannah 

401 John 

402 Ephraim 

403 Nathan 


b 11-18-1753 

b 9 - 15-1754 
b 12-18-1756 
b 2-28-1759 
b 6-8-1761 


d 

d 

d 

d 

d 


3 - 15-1834 

9-5-1849 





286 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


404 Calvin 

b 

d 

405 Mary 

b 

d 

m 

Mack 



220 Asa was a Minute Man from Andover, Mass, at the 
Lexington Alarm, served under Capt. John Adams and was at 
the surrender of Burgoyne. He moved in 1796 to Bridgeton, Me. 
He married 9-12-1767 Lucy, dau. John and Lydia ( ) 

Porter, b. 10-3-1731; d. 


Issue born in Boxford, Mass. 


406 

Lucy 

bp 

4-14-1771 

d 11-19-1847 


m 


Peter Kimball 

407 

Mehitable 

bp 

11-8-1772 

d 

408 

Asa 

bp 

7-10-1774 

d 11-18-1784 unm 

409 

Nathan 

bp 

8-18-1776 

d 12-16-1785 unm 

410 

Sarah 

bp 

9-20-1778 

d 

411 

Stephen 

bp 

11-1-1780 

d 

412 

Mary 

bp 

1-19-1783 

d 11-12-1783 unm 

4 i 3 

Jonathan 

bp 

xt- 

00 

KH 

00 

d 2-6-1860 

414 

Elizabeth 

bp 

8-27-1786 

d 

415 

Mary 

bp 

8-27-1786 

d 

416 

Asa 

b 

4-14-1788 

d 5 - 5 - 1 850 

417 

Mehitable 

bp 

4-18-1790 

d 

418 


b 

4-4-1792 

d 4-7-1792 unm 

419 


b 

4-4-1792 

d 4-7-1792 unm 


224 John was a yeoman, serving in the Rev. war as Serg. in 
Capt. Benj. Farnum’s Co., Col. James Frye’s Reg. at Battle of 
Bunker Hill, reenlisting in 1777 under Capt. John Adams. He 
married 10-31-1780 Phebe Wood. b. 4-24-1753; d. 


Issue born in Andover, Mass. 


420 

Mary 

b 

M 

00 

1—1 

1 

<N 

i 

1—1 
1-1 

d 

2-25-1857 


m 

2-22-1808 

John Kilborn 



421 

Sarah 

b 

10-11-1783 

d 

5-22-1857. 


m 


Abner Dodge 

• 


422 

Phebe 

b 

3-9-1786 

d 

2-24-1870 


m 

2-16-1808 

Sawyer Carter 



423 

Charlotte 

b 

3-11-1788 

d 

3-7-1865 


m 

7-2-1811 

Joseph O. Bradley 


424 

Hannah 

b 

10-25-1790 

d 

7-18-1836 




RICHARD OF ANDOVER, MASS. 


287 


425 

Harriet 

b 

6-4-1794 

d 

9-15-1820 

unm 

426 

Jacob Wood 

b 

6-14-1795 

d 

11-10-1859 

unm 

427 

John 

b 

12-13-1797 

d 

7-4-1861 


428 

Elizabeth 

b 


d 

9-13-1836 

unm 


227 Capt. Stephen was a yeoman, he was Representative to 
General Court for seven years, Member of Convention of revision 
of the Constitution in 1820, member of the Council in 1825. He 
married 8-3-1791 Asenath, dau. John and Eunice (Kimball) Pearl, 
b. 7-23-1772; d. 9-3-1852. 


Issue born in N. Andover, Mass. 


429 

Sarah 


b 

9 “ 9 ~ I 79 I 

d 

9-26-1791 unm 

430 

Edmund 


b 

9~ I ” I 793 

d 

1877 

43 1 

Sarah 


b 

10-20-1795 

d 

8-16-1797 unm 

43 2 

William 


b 

1-20-1798 

d 

4-11-1825 unm 

433 

Henry 


b 

1-28-1800 

d 

6-1-1883 

434 

Charles Otis 

b 

3-8-1802 

d 

1-8-1843 

435 

Jonathan Tyler 

b 

5-28-1804 

d 

5-26-1872 unm 

436 

Mary 


b 

7-&-1805 

d 



m 

7-6-1837 

Daniel Low 



437 

Nathan 


b 

5-30-1808 

d 

10-21-1887 

43 8 

Elizabeth 


b 

4-11-1810 

d 



m 

9-10-1849 

Geo. Ames 



439 

Charlotte 


b 

7-26-1812 

d 

11-26-1881 unm 

440 

John 


b 

12-14-1814 

d 

3-22-1878 


230 Solomon 


Butler. 

441 

Sophia 


m 

442 

Elizabeth 

443 

Laura 


m 

444 

Julia Ann 

445 

Solomon 

446 

Clarissa 

447 

Jacob B. 

448 

Sarah 


m 

449 

Mary 


was a husbandman and married 
Issue born in Pelham, N. H. 


b 

b 

b 

b 

b 

b 

b 

b 

b 


d 

Dudley Hardy 

d 

d 

James Riddle 

d 

d 

d 

8-14-1804 d 

d 

Wm. Brown 

d 


Eliz. 


1888 







288 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


450 Hannah b 

m 

2 m 12-10-1846 

451 Angeline b 


11-22-1811 
John Gills 
James Cutter 


d 11-20-1849 
d 


23^ 

\ John was 

a yeoman 

in the war of 

1812, 

near Plattsburg, 

N. Y. 

. He married 1812 Eliz. Newman. 




Issue born in Windsor, 

Vt. 


45 2 

Samuel 

b 

4-19-1813 

d 

10-7-1899 

453 

Mary 

b 

5-26-1817 

d 

1904 

454 

Charlotte 

b 

4-19-1818 

d 


455 

Catherine 

b 

3-3-1821 

d 


456 

Orvil 

b 

8-15-1825 

d 


457 

Frederick 

b 

5-8-1827 

d 


458 

John 

b 

8-2-1829 

d 

1904 

459 

Elizabeth 

b 

4-3-1832 

d 

11-24-1909 


m 4- 

-11-1853 

Chas. Benton 



460 

Lucy 

b 

10-4-1835 

d 



237 Samuel was a soldier in the war of 1812, near Plattsburg, 
N. Y. He later moved to Rochester, N. Y. then to Ohio in 1835, 
thence in 1855 to Plainfield, Ill. He married Susan 

Rogers, b. 1795; d. 2-9-1872. 



Issue born in 

Oneida Co. N. Y. 

and Ohio. 

461 

Louisa 

b 


d 

8-1-1845 

462 

Norman 

b 


d 

y unm 

463 

Mary 

b 

1821 

d 

4-4-1884 

464 

Harriet 

b 

3-8-1822 

d 



m 


Evan Griffith 



465 

William 

b 

5-20-1824 

d 

8-20-1858 

466 

Julia 

b 

7-30-1828 

d 

3-8-1894 


m 


James Wilsey 



467 

Martha 

b 

5-8-1830 ' 

d 



m 


Thos. Shorendon 


468 

Janet 

b 

9-7-1832 

d 



m 


Elijah Brown 



469 

Benjamin 

b 

10-19-1834 

d 

2-7-1888 

470 

Eunice 

b 

1-30-1838 

d 



m 


Chas. Farrington 





RICHARD OF ANDOVER, MASS. 


289 


239 Abial was a soldier in the war of 1812 near Chazy, N. Y. 
He lived in Windsor, Vt. moved to Lakeport, N. Y. and in 1839 
moved to Ill. and took up a government homestead near Algon¬ 
quin, Ill. He married Anne W. Wood. b. 1787; d. 

10-26-1862. 

Issue born in Lakeport, N. Y. 


471 Sarah Ann b 

m 2-28-1843 

472 Elizabeth b 

m 

473 Leverett b 

474 William b 

475 Samuel b 


11- 18-1820 d 

Henry Tubbs 

7-11-1822 d 

Merritt Tubbs 

1823 d 

1825 d 

12- 20-1828 d 


2-1-1898 

12-29-1894 

1847 unm 
1853 unm 
7-1-1907 


242 Dr Moses lived in Dedham, Mass. 1778, then to Andover, 
Mass. 1780-86, to Milton, 1787-90, thence to Boston 1794-95. He 
married 3-18-1777 Mrs Ruth Crane. 


Issue born in Andover and Milton, Mass. 


476 Mary Crane b 

477 Wendall Randolph b 

478 Vesta Vinal b 

479 Bryan Parrot b 


11-20-1777 

7- 14-1780 
5-11-1782 

8- 10-1785 


d 

d 

d 

d 


2-8-1778 unm 


244 Jesse was a husbandman, living at Pelham and moved to 
Hancock, N. H. in 1787 where he had a fine farm. He married 
Eliz. Brown, b. 1765 ; d. 9-6-1839. 


Issue born in Pelham and Hancock, N. H. 


480 

Jesse 

b 


d 

y unm 

481 

Susanna 

m 

b 

7-14-1790 
John Flint 

d 


482 

Mary 

b 

7-18-1792 

d 

1-31-1851 

483 

Elizabeth 

m 

b 

1826 

2-18-1795 
Davis Taylor 

d 

7-12-1868 

484 

Sherburn 

b 

4 -i 7 -i 797 

d 

4-25-1876 

485 

Hannah 

m 

b 

5 -S-I 799 
Thos. Emery 

d 

486 

Sarah 

b 

5-15-1802 

d 

8-30-1854 


m 

8-15-1825 

Geo. W. Robinson 





290 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


487 Sylvia b 10-9-1807 d 

m Thos. Taylor 

488 b d 

489 b d 

249 John was a farmer and married Mrs Kidder. 

Issue born in Youngstown, N. Y. 

490 b d 

491 Eben b d 


250 David as a boy moved to Hancock, N. H., then to Sara¬ 
toga Co. N. Y. The village of Barkersville, N. Y. was named in 
his honor. He was a farmer and a member of the Society of 
Friends. He married Mary Harcourt. 


Issue born in Barkersville, N. Y. 


492 

Asa 

b 

1794 

d 

1865 

493 

Nathaniel 

b 

1799 

d 


494 

Edward 

b 

1800 

d 


495 

Deborah 

b 


d 


496 

Maria 

b 


d 


497 

Lydia 

b 


d 


498 

James Madison 

b 

3-18-1809 

d 

n-8-1877 

499 

Caroline 

b 


d 



251 Samuel was a Minute Man at Lexington Alarm in Capt. 
N. Love joy’s Co. Col. Sam’l Johnson’s reg. He was a farmer and 
married Susanna Foster. 


Issue born in Andover, Mass. 


500 Nathan b 8-12-1768 d 

501 Susanna b 8-30-1770 d 2-10-1842 

m 3-16-1790 Nathan Foster 

502 Elizabeth b 8-2-1776 d 8-4-1788 unm 

503 Mary b 8-21-1778 d 

m 3 - 9-1797 John Long jr. 

504 Joshua b 9-20-1782 d 


252 Phineas was a yeoman and married 6-23-1774 Abigail 
Foster, b. 1748; d. 10-22-1804. 





RICHARD OF ANDOVER, MASS. 


291 


Issue born in Andover, Mass. 


505 Samuel b 

506 Phineas b 

507 Elizabeth Farnum b 


8-10-1775 

8-10-1775 

8-13-1790 


d 6-3-1850 
d 7-17-1844 
d 12-30-1863 unm 


257 Isaac was a farmer and married 1-9-1777 Jemima Davis, 
b. 3-7- I 75i; d. 12-4-1830. 


Issue born in Pelham, N. H. 


508 

Phineas 

b 

1-24-1778 

d 

1-10-1845 

509 

Richard 

b 

1780 

d 

510 

Anna 

m 

b 

1780 

A. Gardnier 

d 


511 

Elizabeth 

m 

b 

7-2-1809 

1784 d 

Capt. David Wilson 


512 

Jemima 

b 

1786 

d 

1851 

513 

Alice 

m 

b 

1789 
Wm. Collis 

d 


514 

Jonathan 

b 

1792 

d 

1866 


No issue 


m 


Sarah Hazeltine 


264 Benjamin was a prosperous farmer and married 
Polly Thayer, b. 1779 ; d. 1-4-1808; married (2) 

Abigail, dau. Levi and Eliz. (Babbitt) Babbitt, b. 10-7-1788; d. 
3-11-1870. 



Issue born 

in 

Westmoreland, 

N. 

H. 

5 Ha 

Ruby 

b 

1797 

d 

1-14-1826 

b 

Stephen 

b 

1800 

d 

4-20-1880 

c 

Arby 

b 

1803 

d 

12-10-1848 

d 

Hollis 

b 

1806 

d 

4-23-1832 

e 

Tileston A. 

b 


d 

12-7-1879 

f 

Prescott 

b 

9-7-1811 

d 

10-13-1876 

g 

Levi 

b 

8-1-1813 

d 

6-19-1901 

h 

Sarah 

b 

5-17-1815 

d 

2-1-1908 

i 

James Harrison 

b 

8-6-1818 

d 

10-5-1888 

j 

Emily 

b 

6-11-1820 

d 

11-30-1900 

k 

Richard 

b 

5-15-1822 

d 

8-22-1901 

1 

George W. 

b 

8-20-1824 

d 

5-18-1899 

m 

Charles I. 

b 

6-4-1826 

d 

10-6-1901 




292 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


266 Benjamin was a prosperous farmer and married 1779 
Phebe Butler, b. 1761; d. 1-10-1836. 


Issue born in Pelham, Mass. 


5 ! 4 n 

Benjamin 

b 

t— 1 

00 

M 

d 

y 

unm 

0 


b 


d 



P 

Benjamin 

b 

1786 

d 

10-9-1806 

unm 

q 

Theodore 

b 

1787 

d 

12-20-1805 

unm 

r 


b 


d 



s 


b 


d 



t 

Elizabeth 

b 

1794 

d 

4-1-1820 

unm 

u 

Abigail 

b 

1799 

d 

4-22-1825 


V 

Mehitable 

b 

J 799 

d 

7-5-!828 


w 

Asneath 

b 

1802 

d 

10-31-1820 

unm 


26c 

) John was 

a yeoman and married 

Issue born in Methuen, 

Hannah Dow 

Mass. 

515 

Gilbert 

b 

I- 2 S-I 774 

d 

5 j 6 

Richard 

b 

12-10-1775 

d 

Si 7 

Patty 

b 

6-5-1778 

d 

518 

Isaac 

b 

6-15-1786 

d 

5 i 9 

Abigail 

b 

11-20-1788 

d 


270 Thomas 

was a farmer and married 


Hannah 



Issue born 

in Methuen, Mass. 


520 

Sarah 

b 

2-19-1775 

d 



m 


North 



521 

Hannah 


12-31-1777 

d 



m 


Otis Chase 



522 

Benjamin 

W. b 

9-24-1779 

d 


5 2 3 

Thomas 

b 

8-24-1781 

d 


524 

Aaron 

b 

9-8-1783 

d 

10-9-1849 

525 

Michael 

b 

5-30-1786 

d 


526 

George 

b 

7-30-1788 

d 


527 

Mary 

b 

1-20-1793 

d 


528 

Prudence 

b 

3-5-1798 

d 



272 Stephen was a yeoman and married 8-30-1781 Margaret 
Hyde. 




RICHARD OF ANDOVER, MASS. 


293 


Issue born in Methuen, Mass. 


529 

Stephen 

b 

7-1-1782 

d 

530 

Elizabeth 

b 

7-3-1784 

d 11-18-1818 unm 

531 

Nathaniel 

b 

10-6-1786 

d 

532 

William Henry 

b 

7-8-1789 

d 12-8-1837 unm 

533 

Charles 

b 

9-22-1791 

d 

534 

Margaret 

b 

2-3-1794 

d 


m 1-5- 

M 
00 
1—1 
to 

Simon Wardwell 

535 

Hannah 

m 

b 

3-28-1796 
Benj. Ditson 

d 

536 

Jeremy Belnap 

b 

6-14-1798 

d 


278 Zebediah served as Corp. in Capt. Sam’l Johnson Co. 
1 777-78, after the war, he moved to Danville, Vt. thence to Ohio, 
in 1818 to Burkeville, Ill. He married 6-7-1775 Susanna, dau. 
Abial, and Susanna (Swan) Messer, b. 4-5-1758; d. 7-10-1844. 

Issue born in Methuen, Mass, and Danville, Vt. 


537 

Isaac 

b 

4-5-1776 

d 

538 

Susanna 

b 

10-18-1778 

d 

539 

Lucy 

b 

7-9-1780 

d 

540 

JVIary Messer 

b 

9-20-1782 

d 

54 i 

Daniel M. 

b 

1783 

d 

542 

Abner 

b 


d 

543 

Isaac 

b 


d 

544 

Rhoda E. 

b 


d 

545 

Asa Messer 

b 

1793 

d 


279 Isaac was a hat maker and married 8-22-1773 Abigail 


Emerson. 

Issue born 

in Methuen, Mass. 

546 

Laranc 

b 

2-12-1774 d 

547 

Abigail 

b 

6-27-1776 d 

548 

Stephen 

b 

2-24-1778 d 

549 

Olive 

m 

b 

8-21-1800 

9-3-1780 d 

Zadoc Bodwell 

550 

Nancy 

b 

6-8-1790 d 


282 Capt. Peter was a private in Capt. John Davis Co., Col. 
Frye’s Reg. 1778-80, was with Gen. Washington in Valley Forge. 




294 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


was Capt. of the Alarm list. He went to Antrim, N. H. in 1789. 
He married 1781 Sally Wood. b. 1755; d. 1843. 



Issue born 

in Atkinson and Antrim, 

N. H. 

551 

Samuel 

b 1783 

d 

1870 

552 

Hannah 

b 1787 

d 

6-16-1867 

553 

Peter 

b 3-14-1789 

d 

1864 

554 

Isaac 

b 7-2-1791 

d 

11-26-1872 

555 

Thomas 

b 1793 

d 

1867 





No issue 


m 

1825 Nancy Taylor 



556 

Moody Morse 

b 5-24-1795 

d 

3-24-1873 

557 

Sarah 

b 1-26-1797 

d 



m 

Dea. Asa Bond 




283 Abijah was a private in Capt. Jon. Foster’s Co. Col. 
Wade’s Reg. He moved to Antrim, N. H. in 1787. He married 
1786 Susannah Wood. b. 1760; d. 10-28-1840. 


Issue born in Antrim, N. H. 


558 

Charles W. 

b 

9-17-1787 

d 


559 

Abijah 

b 

1-7-1789 

d 

8-11-1870 

560 

Gideon 

b 

1791 

d 


561 

John 

b 

1794 

d 

3-23-1872 






No issue 


m 


Mary A. Taft 



562 

Mary 

b 

1796 

d 

3-13-1872 


m 4-13- 

-1843 

Joseph Moulton 


563 

Susannah 

b 

1798 

d 

1832 unm 


285 Nathan was a yeoman in Rev. war, later he moved to 
Walden in 1792 and was the second settler there, held several 
town offices, district clerk in 1824. He married Plummer 

Issue born in Walden, Vt. 

564 Levi b 1789 d 1835 

287 Levi was a farmer and married Mary, dau. Daniel 

and Mary (Webster) Kelly, b. 10-29-1772; d. 



RICHARD OF ANDOVER, MASS. 


295 


Issue born in Fairlee, Vt. 


565 

Daniel 

b 

d 


566 

Benjamin 

b 

d 


567 

Levi 

b 

d 

3-20-1876 

568 

Isaiah 

b 

d 


569 

Jeremiah 

b 

d 


570 

Nathan 

b 

d 


571 

Sarah 

b 

d 


572 

Mary 

b 

d 


573 

Melinda 

b 

d 


574 

Cynthia 

b 

d 


575 

Elizabeth 

b 

d 


293 Cyrus was a husbandman and married 

1791 Rachel, 

dau. 

Josiah and Sarah (Curtis) Mitchell. 

b. 4-1-1771; d. 12-5- 

1843- 






Issue born in Lewiston, 

Me. 


576 

Sarah 

b 7-25-1792 

d 

5-31-1850 


m 

1-11-1812 Zachem Litchfield 


577 

David 

b 9-1-1793 

d 

10-21-1871 

578 

Mary 

b 4-8-1796 

d 

5-22-1874 unm 

579 

Levi 

b 2-13-1798 

d 

7-27-1803 unm 

580 

Cyrus 

b 10-10-1800 

d 

4-18-1867 

581 

Rachel 

b 3-27-1802 

d 

4-3-1876 


m 

1-28-1819 Nathaniel Litchfield 

582 

Lydia 

b 1-14-1804 

d 

9-19-1835 


m 

Ephraim S. Howe 


583 

Jacob L. 

b 9-15-1805 

d 

11-8-1883 

584 

Nelson P. 

b 5-28-1809 

d 

12-19-1884 

585 

Casandana 

b 10-26-1810 

d 



m 

Ephraim S. Howe 


304 David was a farmer and married 


Mary 

b. 

1761; d. 

10-18-1846. 




Issue 

born in Temple and Hancock, N. H. 

586 

Mary 

b 4-24-1784 

d 

3-11-1874 


m 

1817 Samuel (551) 



587 

Sarah 

b 6-5-1785 

d 

12-13-1790 unm 

588 

Nancy 

b 12-24-1786 

d 



m 

2-14-1809 James Brown 

jr. 






296 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


589 

590 

591 

592 


Elizabeth 

m 

Cynthia 

Rhoda 

m 

David jr. 


b 

1-23-1810 

b 

b 

b 


i- 2 3-i790 d 
Benj. Dundee 
1-26-1792 d 
3-28-1794 d 
Wm. Gray 
I- 5 -I 797 d 


5-1-1792 unm 


305 Theodore served in the Rev. war when only 18, in Capt. 
Isaac Frye’s Co. of Temple, N. H. 3rd. N. H. Reg. He was a 
husbandman and married 5-20-1788 Rebecca Heald. Married (2) 
11-11-1806 Elizabeth, dau. Asa and Rebecca (Woodbury) Corliss, 
b. 10-22-1768; d. 3-11-1854. 


Issue born in Temple, N. H. and Steuben Co. N. Y. 


593 

Rebecca 

b 

2-21-1790 d 

m 

9-2-1812 

Daniel Spafford 

594 

Mary 

b 

I- 4 -I 793 d 


m 

4-5-1814 

F. A. Edwards 

595 

Susanna 

b 

10-23-1795 d 


m 

II-I4-I819 

Frederick Brooks 

596 

Hannah 

b 

5-4-1798 d 

m 

4-24-1828 

Stephen Putnam 

597 

Louise 

b 

10-11-1807 d 


m 

12-6-1832 

Oren Blood 

598 

Theodore 

b 

6-24-1809 d 

599 

Olive 

b 

2-4-1811 d 

m 

3-1-1831 

Oliver W. Boynton 

600 


b 

d 


6-3-1853 


312 John was a farmer and married 6-9-1796 Hannah Butter¬ 
field. 

Issue born in 


601 Roswell b d 

602 Orlando b d 

603 Orville b d 

604 Lyvidias b d 

605 John b d 

606 b d 


317 Ephraim Foster moved with his parents to Temple, in 
1800 to Methuen, Mass, in 1802 to Temple, in 1807 to Landgrave, 




RICHARD OF ANDOVER, MASS. 


297 


Vt. soon after to Easton, N. Y. then to Hoosick Falls, N. Y. 
thence to Scipio, N. Y., in 1818 to Greenwich, Ohio with his two 
eldest children, ‘here he built a cabin after clearing three acres, 
then brought his wife and family and were the second white set¬ 
tlers of Greenwich. He was a man of courage and resource and 
a leader. He married 8-18-1800 Hannah Morse, b. 1778; 

d. 5-23-1819. married (2) Eliz. Artman, b. 1791; d. 10-10- 
1825. married (3) Eliz. Hasey, b. 1793; d. 8-11-1845. 


Issue born in Temple, N. H. and Greenwich, O. 


607 

Alznia 

b 

12-22-1801 

d 



m 8-1- 

-1819 

David Briggs 



608 

Daniel G. 

b 

3-17-1803 

d 

10-1-1887 

609 

James 

b 

1805 

d 


610 

David 

b 

1807 

d 


611 

Abiel Anthony 

b 

1809 

d 

unm 

612 

John B. 

b 

8-16-1811 

d 

4-7-1900 

613 

Sarah 

b 

2-22-1814 

d 

9-20-1858 


m 


Frank Potter 



614 

Mary Ann 

b 

1816 

d 



m 


Elmer Hess 



615 

Samantha 

b 

5-23-1819 

d 

1-14-1895 


m 12-25-1838 

Joseph Chamberlain 


616 

Hannah 

b 

12-23-1822 

d 11-21-1889 


m 11-17-1839 

Joseph B. Hale 


617 

Elizabeth 

b 

10-10-1824 

d 

7-4-1905 


m 3-23-1843 

C. F. Baughman 


618 

Hasey 

b 

1-28-1828 

d 

3-1-1898 

619 

William Ladd 

b 

8-4-1829 

d 

7-10-1903 

339 Ebenezer was 

a husbandman and married 

2-19-1789 Ruth 

Hibbard. 






Issue born in Unity, N. H. 


620 

Ebenezer 

b 

1-16-1790 

d 

1868 

621 

Isaac 

b 

12-15-1792 

d 

1880 

622 

Hannah 

b 

11-23-1796 

d 



m 


Joseph Merrill 



623 

John M. 

b 

10-7-1802 

d 

5-18-1833 

624 

Darius 

b 

3-10-1805 

d 

5-29-1892 


344 Joel was a farmer and married 12-24-1793 Sarah, dau. 
Edward and Phebe (Pierce) Foster, b. 1774; d. 9-5-1820. 
married (2) 11-27-1821 Catherine Love joy. 





298 


BARKER GENEALOGY 




Issue born 

in Milford, N. H. 


625 

Joel 

b 

11-14-1794 d 

2-10-1879 





No issue 


m 

5-15-1829 

Sarah W. Whitney 


626 

Sarah 

b 

7-9-1797 d 

4-11-1865 


m 

11-13-1827 

Aaron Hurd 


627 

Mary 

b 

3-9-1800 d 

3-9-1860 


m 

12-25-1832 

Hiram Wheeler 


628 

Benjamin 

"b 

8-8-1802 d 

10-6-1843 





No issue 


m 


Alma A. Johnson 


629 

John 

b 

9-25-1805 d 

8-14-1845 





No issue 


m 

12-25-1840 

Martha Woolson 


630 

James 

b 

6-28-1808 d 

10-7-1859 unm 

631 

Hannah 

b 

7-15-1810 d 

7-19-1887 


m 

12-18-1838 

Benj. Spaulding 


632 

Nancy 

b 

7-18-1812 d 

2-11-1835 


349 Enoch was 

a farmer, moving to Italy, 

N. Y. in 1820 

thence to Michigan 

in 1849. 

He married 

Harriet Gillett 



Issue born in Italy, N. Y. 


633 

Sarah 

b 

d 



m 


James Servis 


634 

Harvey 

b 

d 


635 

Sophia 

b 

d 



m 


Wilder M. Wood 


636 

Orrin 

b 

d 


637 

Mary 

b 

d 


638 

Martin 

b 

d 


639 

Martha 

b 

d 


640 

Charles 

b 

d 



353 Samuel was a farmer, moving to Italy, N. Y. in 1817. He 
married 

Issue born in Mass, and Italy, N. Y. 


641 

Samuel 

b 

642 

Fidelia 

b 


m 

Orlando (660) 

643 

Charles 

b 

644 

Henry 

b 



RICHARD OF ANDOVER, MASS. 


299 


645 

George W. 

b 

d 

646 

Harriet 

b 

d 

m 


Jeremiah Graham 

a 

Sarah 

b 

d 

b 

Enoch 

b 

d 

c 

Ann 

b 

d 

d 

Sophia 

b 

d 


354 Isaac was an intense lover of wild sport, a great deer and 

bee hunter, and fisherman. He married 

Issue born in Italy, N. 

1810 Martha Me Niel 

Y. 

647 

Isaac 

b 

d 

648 

Enoch 

b 

d 

649 

Nelson 

b 

d 

650 

Hiram 

b 

d 

651 

Judith 

b 

d 

652 

Moses 

b 

d 

653 

Henry 

b 

d 

654 

Martha 

b 

d 

655 

Almira 

b 

d 

656 

Whitman H. 

b 

d 

657 

Nancy 

b 

d 

658 

Ichabod B. 

b 

d 

659 

Lydia 

b 

d 


355 Elisha went to Italy, N. Y. in 1814 and built a saw mill 

there 

in 1820, was 

several times Supervisor of Italy and promi- 

nent in all town affairs. He married 

Thankful Strong 



Issue born in Italy, N. Y. 


660 

Orlando 

b d 

1869 

661 

Moses 

b d 

662 

Lydia 

b d 



m 

Dudley Fox 


• 

2 m 

Samuel Graham 


663 

Joseph 

b d 


664 

Thankful 

b d 

y unm 

665 

Eliza 

b d 

unm 

666 

Elisha D. 

b d 


667 

Anna 

b d 


m 

Samuel (641) 







3°° 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


362 Asa was a stone cutter and blacksmith, moved in 1812 to 
Tyngsboro, Mass, and in 1815 to Charlestown, Mass. He married 
9-18-1794 Sally Foster, b. 3-17-1776; d. 1-23-1808. Married (2) 
9-7-1808 Nancy, dau. and Susanna (Bennett) Jones, 

b. 5-7-1785; d. 1-23-1858. 


Issue born in Chelmsford and Tyngsboro, Mass. 


668 

Asa 


b 

5-16-1795 

d 

11-10-1835 

669 

Ebenezer 


b 

1-10-1797 

d 


670 

William Foster 

b 

11-6-1799 

d 

12-31-1831 unm 

671 

Amos Russell 

b 

2-10-1802 

d 

2-24-1838 

672 

Samuel 


b 

12-23-1803 

d 

7-10-1804 unm 

673 

Sarah 


b 

11-11-1805 

d 

8-15-1858 

674 

Samuel Healy 

b 

12-3-1807 

d 

11-21-1815 unm 

675 

Nancy 


b 

1-2-1809 

d 

1-20-1832 


m 

4-9-1826 

William Barker 


676 

Mary 


b 

7-8-1810 

d 

12-24-1874 


m 

6-3-1830 

Benj. Fletcher 



677 

Henry 


b 

9-16-1811 

d 

7-11-1889 

678 

Eliza 


b 

7-2-1813 

d 

8-15-1909 


m 

11-5-1843 

Chas. A. Wheeler 


679 

Charles 


b 

6-5-1816 

d 

10-6-1887 

680 

Daniel 


b 

11-6-1818 

d 

2-1-1886 

681 

George 


b 

6-12-1820 

d 

7-21-1887 

682 

Leora 


b 

10-3-1822 

d 

1-16-1908 


m 



Albert Sampson 


683 

Harriet 


b 

10-7-1824 

d 

3-15-1912 


m 



James K. Dustin 


684 

Susan 


b 

11-24-1826 

d 

7-25-1911 


m 



Wm. Nash 




367 William was a farmer 

He married 1803 Anna, dau. Abel and Lucy (Wakelee) 

Gunn. b. 4-6-1785; d. 1841. 


Issue born in Kingston, Fa. 


685 Lucy 

m 

686 William 

687 Phebe Ann 

m 

688 Abigail 

689 Abel 

690 Henry 


b 11-29-1804 d 

Williams 

b 7-4-1806 d 

b 3-18-1808 d 

Bulkley 

b 12-14-1809 d 

b 9-17-1811 d 

b 7-6-1813 d 


2- 26-1889 

1-3-1867 

8-6-1892 

3- 31-1812 unm 
9-24-1886 
3-10-1819 unm 




RICHARD 

OF ANDOVER, 

MASS. 

3 01 

691 

Marie Louisa 

b 

5-l8-l8l6 

d 

2-26-1895 

692 

Joseph 

b 

6-25-1818 

d 

3-17-1894 

693 

Samuel Gunn 

b 

5-22-1821 

d 

11-2-1891 

694 

George R. 

b 

&-3-1823 

d 

12-30-1880 

695 

James 

b 

I2-I7-1825 

d 

8-10-1826 unm 

696 

Thomas B. 

b 

4-24-1828 

d 

4-26-1898 

697 


b 


d 



369 Benjamin was a cordwainer and a yeoman. He married 
12-15-1774 Eliz. Ames. 


Issue born in Andover, Mass. 


698 Benjamin 

699 Joseph 

700 Sarah 

701 Elizabeth 


b 5-16-1777 d 
b 5-28-1780 d 
b 5—6—1784 d 
b 1-7-1788 d 


373 Benjamin was a yeoman and served in Essex Co. Mass. 
Militia in 1782, they were driven out by the Indians but returned 
and after conquering, received a grant of land in Newry, Mass, 
moved to Bethel, Me. in 1788, lived at Sandy River, Me. in 1798. 
He married 3-6-1780 Lydia Foster, b. 2-15-1760; d. 5-2-1786. 
Married (2) 12-27-1786 Dorcas Stevens, b. ; d. 

1844. 

Issue born in Methuen, Mass, and Bethel, Me. 


702 Elijah 

703 Samuel 

704 Eli 

705 Joseph Stevens 


b 10-2-1780 
b 6-15-1782 
b 8-29-1784 
b 1787 


d 7-8-178^ unm 
d 1866 

d 11-23-1785 unm 
d 


376 Samuel was a yeoman, living in Methuen, Mass, thence to 
New Sudbury, Me. in 1787-88, thence to Bethel, Me. in 1790. He 
married 9-29-1782 Hannah Foster. 


Issue born in Methuen, Mass, and Bethel, Me. 


706 Dudley 

707 Dudley 

708 Hannah 

709 Dorcas 

710 Phebe 


b 3-8-1783 

b 3-3-1785 

b 3-6-1787 

b 2-27-1789 

b 6-23-1791 


d 6-17-1784 unm 

d 

d 

d 

d 





3°2 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


711 Samuel 

712 Nancy 

713 Achesah 

714 Benjamin 


b 9-4-1794 d 
b 9-20-1797 d 
b 4-H-1799 d 
b 8~i1-1802 d 


378 Symonds Epes was a yeoman, moving to Newry, Me. in 
1798. He married 5-29-1788 Olive Morse, b. ; d. 7-17- 

1797; married (2) 11-28-1799. Sally Barker 

Issue born in Methuen, Mass. 

715 Olive b 6-17-1789 d 

716 Rebecca b 10-1-1791 d 

717 Lydia b 6-9-1794 d 


379 Amos was a husbandman and married 3-6-1794 Dorcas, 
dau. Sam’l and Eliz. (Asten) Huse. b. 10-6-1768; d. 

Issue born in Methuen, Mass. 

718 b d 


SIXTH GENERATION 

384 John was a husbandman and married 9-15-1795 Sally, dau. 


Thos. and Sarah ( 


) Alden. b. 4-27-1779; d. 



Issue born in 



719 

Lewis 

b 

5-12-1797 

d 

8-17-1881 

720 

Joseph Alden 

b 

7-22-1799 

d 

6-5-1837 

721 

Lucius R. 

b 

10-23-1802 

d 


722 

Samantha 

b 

3-11-1804 

d 


723 

Marinda 

b 

9-21-1806 

d 

4-30-1827 unm 

724 

Edwin 

b 

2-22-1808 

d 


725 

Walter T. 

b 

3-28-1811 

d 


726 

Julia Ann 

b 

8-6-1813 

d 



m 10-18-1832 

Storrs Messer 



727 

Alanson 

b 

1-1-1816 

d 


728 

Loyal 

b 


d 


729 

Mary A. 

b 

11-12-1820 

d 

9-11-1841 unm 




RICHARD OF ANDOVER, MASS. 


303 


389 John was a husbandman and married 
Coffin, b. 6-5-1780; d. 3-11-1862. 


1796 Sally 


Issue born in Fryeburg, Me. 


730 

Abigail 

b 

8-10-1797 

d 



m 


Sami W. Emerson 


73 1 

John 

b 

1-7-1799 

d 

12-26-1824 

732 

Sarah 

b 

12-23-1800 

d 



m 


Hosea Eastman 


733 

Hannah 

b 

3-28-1803 

d 

4-5-1880 


m 

1820 

V. R. Farrington 


734 

Mehi table 

b 

11-11-1805 

d 

1879 


m 

1825 

Joseph Kilgore 




2 m 

1836 

Stephen F. Hobbs 


73 S 

Philip Freeman 

b 

7-5-1807 

d 

7-14-1853 

736 

Richard 

b 

3-4-1810 

d 

1-19-1867 

737 

Joseph Wilson 

b 

12-3-1813 

d 

11-18-1899 

738 

Margaret 

b 

8-x8-i8x6 

d 

1-3-1825 

739 

Enoch Webster 

b 

6-1-1820 

d 


740 

Stephen 

b 

3-14-1823 

d 

5-30-1824 


390 Richard was a farmer and married 


Gordon, b. 

; d. 6-15-1803. 



Issue born in 

741 

Hannah 

b 

m 

3-9-1820 John Chandler 

742 

Mary 

b 


m 

James Walker 

743 

Eliza 

b 


m 

Henry Gorden 


Peggy 


391 Capt. Stephen was a yeoman, captain of the Militia in the 
war of 1812. He cleared land in Lovell, Me. and built his home 
there. He married 1-9-1802 Betsy, dau. Rev. Abraham and 
Esther (Stearns) Andrews, b. 9-11-1777; d. 2-16-1844. 


744 Elizabeth 

m 

745 Esther 

746 Stephen 


Issue born in Lovell, Me. 

b 11-10-1802 d 4-8-1852 

Daniel Warren 

b 1804 d 1805 unm 

b 1806 d 1815 unm 









304 


BARKER GENEALOGY 



747 

John 

b 

10-1-1808 d 

8-16-1852 


748 

Esther 

b 

11-15-1809 d 

1869 



m 

6-3-1830 

Wm. R. Kimball 



749 

Mary Ann 

b 

1812 d 

1817 

unm 

750 

Eliza Ann 

b 

10-16-1813 d 

1875 

unm 


m 

6-3-1835 

Obed Stearns 



75 1 

Abraham Andrews b 

3-30-1816 d 

3-18-1898 


75 2 

Mary Ann 

b 

6-19-1819 d 

3-2-1844 



m 

9-11-1839 

Warren Remick 



753 

Sarah 

b 

10-29-1821 d 




m 

3-24-1846 

Warren Remick 



754 

Stephen 

b 

6-24-1824 d 

1834 

unm 


394 William was a husbandman and married Mary- 

Sterling. 

Issue born in Lovell, Me. 

755 Moses b d 

756 Samuel b d 


398 Joseph Wilson was a farmer and married Ruth S., 

dau. Lt. Sam’l and ( ) Andrews. 

Issue born in Lovell, Me. 

757 Ingalls b d y unm 

758 Elden b 8-12-1816 d 


399 William was a yeoman, serving in the Rev. at battles of 
Lexington and Bunker Hill. He married 

Issue born in 

759 Ephraim b 

760 dau. b 


d 1887 

d 


e 

401 John was a yeoman, serving in the Rev. war in battles of 
Lexington and Bunker Hill and many others. He moved to 
Stoddard, N. H. in 1796. He married 7-9-1786 Esther Richard¬ 
son, b. 1762; d. 7-17-1806; married (2) 12-2-1806 Mrs 

Sally (Guild) Warren. 




RICHARD OF ANDOVER, MASS. 


3°S 



Issue born 

in Leominster, Mass, and Stoddard, N. H. 

761 

John 

b 

1-24-1787 

d 

3-15-1834 

762 

William 

b 

10-20-1788 

d 

4-30-1854 

763 

Frankly n 

b 

7-12-1790 

d 

4-12-1799 unm 

764 

Sarah 

b 

5-23-1792 

d 


76s 

Cephas 

b 

12-7-1793 

d 

8-10-1857 

766 

Cicero 

b 

12 - 7-1793 

d 

6-22-1870 

767 

Elizabeth 

b 

7-4-1795 

d 

5-30-1877 


m 

12-9-1819 

Moody Tyler 



768 

Albemarle 

b 

6-13-1797 

d 

4-22-1848 

769 

Lerenzy 

b 

1-16-1799 

d 

7-20-1845 unm 

770 

Louise 

b 

1-16-1799 

d 

1-16-1799 unm 

77 1 

Ephraim 

b 

2-10-1801 

d 

9-13-1875 

772 

Franklin 

b 

4-11-1803 

d 

7-13-1858 

773 

Almira 

b 

12-8-1804 

d 

2-3-1885 4 

774 

Nathan 

b 

6-25-1806 

d 

7-21-1806 unm 

775 

Samuel Guild b 

10-16-1807 

d 

6-9-1864 

77 6 

Luman 

b 

7-8-1809 

d 

4-18-1859 

777 

Mary 

b 

12-2-181I 

d 



m 

4-18-1837 

Eliphelit Fox 



778 

Harriet Newell b 

1-7-1819 

d 

5-30-1877 


m 

6-16-1842 

Chas. Worcester 



Goodnow, b. * 


-27-1843. 




Issue born 

in Sudbury, 

Mass, 

779 

Nathan 

b 

n-25-1783 

d 

780 

Silas G. 

b 

n-15-1784 

d 

781 

Ephraim 

b 

8-23-1786 

d 

782 

Lewis 

b 

7-13-1788 

d 

783 

Sewell 

b 

9-27-1791 

d 

784 

George 

b 

9-23-1794 

d 

785 

Marcy 

b 

3-4-1797 

d 

a 

John 

b 

1799 

d 


4-27-1863 


403 Nathan was a yeoman, enlisting in 1781 in Capt. John 
Williams’ Co., Col Joseph Vose’s Reg. He lived in Pomfret, 
and Stafford, Conn., Palmer, Mass, thence to Wilbraham, Mass, 
where he died. He married 11-27-1783 Lydia Baker, b. 6-4-1763; 
d. 12-2-1849. 






3° 6 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


Issue born in Pomfret and Stafford, Ct. and Palmer, Mass. 


786 

James • b 

3-5-1785 

d 

5-6-1788 

787 

Elisha b 

12-13-1786 

d 

7-23-1870 

788 

Calvin b 

1-24-1789 

d 

1-5-1853 

789 

Mary b 

12-3-1790 

d 

3-29-1812 

790 

Roxanna b 

12-26-1792 

d 

6-17-1884 


m 5-12-1818 

Royal Ringe 



791 

Nathan jr. b 

4-14-1795 

d 

11-18-1865 

792 

Sitnah b 

2-25-1797 

d 

7-8-1870 


m 11-23-1820 

Alanson Burr 



793 

Gilbert b 

3-23-1799 

d 

10-2-1883 

794 

Cyrus Grove b 

5-13-1801 

d 


795 

Lydia b 

5-2-1803 

d 

5-23-1884 


m 8-28-1828 

Sylvester Hills 



796 

William Sedgwick b 

6-6-1809 

d 

4-5-1885 


413 Jonathan was a husbandman and married 1806 

Mehitable Farnum, b. 7-11-1787; d. 5-4-1810; married (2) 
11-5-1811 Catherine, dau. John and Sarah ( ) Mitchell, 

b. 5-3-1788; d. 5-23-1853. married (3) Mrs 

Lord. 


797 

798 

799 

800 

801 

802 

803 

804 

805 

806 

807 


Issue born in Bridgeton, Me. 


Almira b 

m 1-5-1825 
Timothy b 

William b 

Asa b 

Mehitable F. b 

m 12-6-1835 
Jonathan b 

Benjamin P. b 

Charles R. b 

James L. b 

Cyrus Ingalls b 

Otis b 


5- 7-1807 d 

Tyler Poor 

6- 8-1809 d 

4-15-1812 d 

12-17-1814 d 

1- 11-1816 d 

Ebenezer G. Eaton 

10- 30-1817 d 

4- 21-1819 d 

2- 28-1821 d 

9-10-1822 d 

11- 11-1827 d 

5- 17-1830 d 


1892 

I87O 

10- 25-1839 unm 

11- 22-1869 
2-17-1853 

10-10-1868 

9-10-1869 

9-10-1865 

7- 20-1869 

8- 11-1872 


416 Asa was a farmer and married 6-8-1809 Lois, dau. 
Ebenezer and Eliz. (Choate) Choate, b. 9-28-1793; d. 11-8-1877. 

Issue born in Bridgeton and Naples, Me. 

808 Mehitable b 6-14-1811 d 

m 7-4-1829 John Davis 



RICHARD OF ANDOVER, MASS. 


307 


809 

James Snow 

b 

6-24-1815 

d 

1880 

810 

Catherine b 

m 9-1-1838 

2 m 

3-24-1819 
Eben Gilman 
Friend Peaslee 

d 


811 

Nathan 

b 

4-3-1820 

d 

3-11-1885 

812 

Asa 

b 

11-29-1822 

d 

12-11-1883 

813 

Ebenezer C. 

b 

10-10-1826 

d 


814 

Lucy R. 

m 12- 

b 

-10-1847 

5-11-1829 
John Jones 

d 

5-11-1879 


427 John was a husbandman and married 1844 Mary Longley, 
b. 12-2-1811,* d. 11-30-1889. 


Issue born in N. Andover, Mass. 


815 

John 

m 

b 

9-2-1868 

4-7-1845 d 

Catherine Nason 

No issue 

816 

Phebe 

m 

b 

1868 

7-30-1846 d 

James H. Mason 


817 

George L. 

b 

4-7-1848 d 


818 

Jacob 

b 

5-3-1849 d 


819 

Clinton C. 

b 

5-31-1851 d 

10-5-1887 

820 

Mary 

b 

7-17-1853 d 

3-27-1854 unm 


430 Edmund was a farmer and married 
Barker, b. 1796; d. 1847. 


Eleanor 


Issue born in Andover, Mass. 


821 

Rebecca R. 

b 

— j - 

1823 

d 

1885 

433 Henry was 

a farmer and married 


Lois Sanders, 

b. 12- 

-16-1807; d. 1 

-27-1875. 






Issue born 

in 



822 

William 

b 

1826 

d 

11-22-1857 

823- 


b 


d 


824 

Augusta P. 

b 

1831 

d 

6- i 5~ i 833 unm 

825 

George W. 

b 

1833 

d 

6-22-1833 unm 


435 Jonathan Tyler never married but was the Founder of 
the Barker Free Academy in Boxford, Mass. He left a will giv¬ 
ing his estate “to establish and support a free school.” His 







3°8 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


brothers and sisters contested his will but after some litigation a 
settlement was effected to give the trustees $30,000 clear of all 
claims in 1875, and the school was opened 9-17-1883, and has 
prospered even since. 


437 Nathan was a husbandman and married 
Marble. 


Issue born in Andover, Mass. 


826 b 

827 b 

828 b 

829 b 

830 b 

831 b 

832 b 

833 b 

834 b 


d 

d 

d 

d 

d 

d 

d 

d 

d 


Mary J. 


440 John at 18 entered and clerked in a store in Haverhill, 
Mass, then he went west tried some dry goods stores in Cincin¬ 
nati and Dayton, O. but finally located in Michigan City, Ind. 
He retired from general merchandise in 1854, and bought an 
interest in the Manf. of railroad cars in 1855 and it finally became 
the prosperous firm of Haskell & Barker. He retired in 1869 
and moved to Chicago, Ill. He 1842 Codelia E. 

Collamer, b. 6-20-1818; d. 12-24-1894. 


Issue born in Michigan City, Ind. 


835 

John H. 

b 

9-11-1842 

j 7 - 

d 

8-9-1843 unm 

836 

John H. 

b 

2-4-1844 

d 


837 

George Tyler 

b 

11-3-1846 

d 2 

2-24-1852 unm 

838 

Wallace C. 

b 

9-14-1848 

d 

1-1-1878 

839 

Anna S. 

b 

1-7-1855 

d 



m 5-9-1876 

John W. Ogden 



2 m 5-11- 

-1887 

Frederick C. 

Austin 



447 Jacob B. was a carpenter, farmer and wheelwright, moving 
to Windham, N. H. in 1828. He married 1826 Annie, dau. 
Solomon and Mary (Martin) Marden. b. 1-18-1807; d. 

1887. 




RICHARD OF ANDOVER, MASS. 


3° 9 


Issue born in Windham, N. H. 


840 

Mary C. b 

3-15-1827 

d 



m 

Edwin Ashby 



841 

James b 

5-24-1829 ' 

d 

1919 

842 

Harriet b 

5-29-1832 

d 



m 7-11-1855 

Frank N. Robbins 


843 

Angeline b 

7-15-1835 

d 



m 4-4-1861 

Chas. Barker 



844 

Charles H. b 

2-9-1838 

d 

1i—1i—1925 





No 


m 12-29-1875 

Amelia Kelly 



845 

Charlotte M. b 

4-13-1841' 

d 

4-29-1876 


m 6-7-1875 

Ambrose Richardson 

846 

Ann Maria b 

9-2- 1 843 

d 

8-28-1844 

847 

Augustus Leroy b 

4-9-1847 

d 



452 Samuel was a yeoman in the Civil war and badly wounded. 
He was in the Custom manf. of boots and shoes and Director in 
the Champlain and Conn. River R. R., the first railroad in western 
Vermont. He married 1-2-1832 Lovina, dau. Wm. and Lucy 
( ) Brown, b. 2-8-1814; d. 12-25-1899. 


Issue born in Rutland, Vt. 


848 

Barney 

b 

2-15-1833 

d 


849 

Francis 

b 

7-21-1838 

d 

3-12-1859 

850 

Mary 

b 

11-15-1840 

d 

10-18-1901 


m 

3-18-1860 

Wilson Fisher 




2 m 

10-11-1875 

L. D. Kenney 



851 

Rolla 

b 

2-25-1843 

d 

00 

00 

HH 

1 

I 


457 Frederick served with the Vt. troops in the Civil war. 
He married 


Issue born in Bellows Falls, Vt. and Exeter, N. H. 


852 Etta 

m 

853 Jennie 

854 Tyler 

855 Wa 


b 


d 

Augustus F. Winnewisser 

d 

d 

d 


b 

b 

b 





3 IC 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


465 William was a farmer and married Mary Naden 

Issue born in Lisbon, Ill. 

856 Charles W. b 3-18-1852 d No issue 

m Priscilla Coop 

857 George Henry b 10-15-1856 d 

469 Benjamin lived in Lisbon and Newark, Ill. until 1884, then 
moved to Onawa, Iowa. He married 3-18-1868 Mary, dau. 
Henry S. and Esther C. (Billings) Gates, b. 11-8-1843; d. 8-6- 
1922. 

Issue born in Newark, Ill. 

858 Susan May b 5-27-1874 d 

m 1-7-1893 Steven Crane 

2 m 1903 Geo. R. Bidwell 


475 Samuel Wood moved in 1869 to Mt. Vernon, Mo. He 
married 1855 Sarah R. Fuller. 


859 

860 

861 

862 

863 

864 

865 

866 

867 


Issue born in 

b 

b 

b 

b 

b 

b 

b 

b 

b 


d 

d 

d 

d 

d 

d 

d 

d 

d 


484 Sherburn was a farmer and much respected as a sturdy 
Christian gentleman of the Old School. He married 1-20-1824 
Hannah, dau. Asa and Anna (Horton) Padelford. b. 12-18- 
1801; d. 1-18-1864. 

Issue born in Hancock, N. H. 

868 John Johnson b 11-28-1824 d 1907 

869 Mary Chellis b 3-18-1826 d 

m Joseph T. Bigelow 



RICHARD OF ANDOVER, MASS. 


3 11 


870 

Clarissa Adeline 

b 

6-16-1827 

d 



m 3-5-1850 

Dr. T. G. Monroe 


871 

Mahala Frances 

b 

11-27-1828 

d 

6-1-1853 

872 

Hannah Caroline 

b 

d 

m 9-6-1853 

Andrew M. Lacy 


873 

George Sherburn 

b 

6-28-1833 

d 

8-12-1854 unm 

874 

Henry Albert 

b 

12-10-1834 

d 

8-24-1887 

87s 

Hiram Dennis 

b 

12-20-1836 

d 


876 

Almeda Elizabeth 

b 

12-21-1838 

d 


m 11-21-1861 

Orland Eaton 



877 

Charles Edwin 

b 

2-16-1841 

d 

8-13-1862 unm 

878 

Helen Maria 

b 

7-15-1848 

d 


m 


Frank A. Clark 



491 Ebenezer Dean was a shoemaker and light keeper. He 
married 10-29-1835 Rachel, dau. John and Rachel (Shepard) 


Kidder, b. 12-30-1807; 

d. 

8-24-1877. 




Issue born in Quincy, 

Ill. 


878a 

S. Emilie 

b 

n-30-1837 

d 



m 


Aaron S. Howe 


b 

Sumner G. 

b 

1-13-1840 

d 

1862 unm 

c 

George W. 

b 

10-11-1842 

d 


d 

Ella 

b 

1-23-1845 

d 



m 


Wm. Worden 



e 

Cynthia 

b 

9- 1 3-1847 

d 



498 James Madison settled in 1835 in Galway, N. Y. and 
became prosperous, was founder and trustee of the Baptist church 
in Galway, moved in 1868 to Albion, N. Y. and was deacon in 
the Baptist church there. He married 6-11-1837 Emily, dau. Isaac 
and Deborah (Wright) Gere. b. 1811; d. 


879 Mary 


m 


880 Harriet G. 

m 

881 William E. 

882 Julia E. 


Issue born in Galway, N. Y. 

b 1838 d 

Frances Larned 
b 1840 d 

Henry H. Hewitt 
b 12-6-1842 d 

b 1844 d 


b 

b 


unm 



3 12 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


500 Nathan was a farmer and married 8-12-1788 Sarah Holt 


883 Sarah Holt 

884 Jedediah 

885 Samuel 

886 Susanna 

m 

887 Sarah 


b 

Sam’l Johnson 
b 3- 2 5-l79 8 


5-12-1790 unm 

d 3-15-1796 unm 
d 

d 


Issue born in N. Andover, Mass. 

b 11-24-1789 d 
b 10-3-1791 d 

b 7 -I-I 793 


504 Joshua was a farmer and married 4-10-1806 Ruth Bradley 


Issue born in Andover, Mass. 


888 

Lydia 

b d 



m 

James M. Hubbard 


889 

Mehitable 

b d 

unm 


508 Phineas was a husbandman and married 1802 Grace 
Beebe, b. 1784; d. 1861. 


Issue born in New London, Conn. 


890 

Hannah 

b 

10-25-1803 

d 

1873 


m 


Richard Smith 




2 m 


Paola Storry 



891 

Isaac 

b 

2-25-1805 

d 

3-5-1805 unm 

892 

Phineas 

b 

2-19-1806 

d 

6-26-1888 

893 

Dearborn 

b 

3-20-1808 

d 

4-17-1880 

894 

Jonathan 

b 

12-1-1809 

d 

2-28-1879 

895 

Luther 

b 

7-11-1811 

d 

8-11-1865 unm 

896 

William P. 

b 

8-8-1813 

d 

7-11-1867 unm 

897 

Henry 

b 

8-25-1815 

d 

3-9-1880 

898 

Abner 

b 

9-10-1817 

d 

9-10-1817 unm 

899 

Richard 

b 

7-26-1820 

d 

7-26-1820 unm 

900 

Anne 

b 

7-27-1820 

d 

7-27-1820 unm 

901 

Frances Ann 

b 

1-14-1823 

d 

3-11-1893 


m 


Joseph Howard 


902 

Benjamin F. 

b 

5-20-1824 

d 

9-17-1881 

903 

Daniel F. 

b 

12-3-1825 

d 

6-23-1897 


514b Stephen was a farmer and married 

Issue born in 

b 
b 


903a 

b 


d 

d 




RICHARD OF ANDOVER, MASS. 


313 


514c Arby married 


903c 

d Henry 


Issue born in 

b 

b 


d 

d 


514c Col. Tileston A. married 
and Anna (Babbitt) Albee. b. 4-26-1810; 


Senira, dau. Ziba 
d. 


9 ° 3 e 

f 

g 


Issue born in 

b 

b 

b 


d 

d 

d 


514! Prescott was a successful merchant in Boston for many 
years. He married 4-9-1843 Lydia A., dau. Nathaniel and Eliz. 
(McFarland) Pinkham. b. 11-23-1819; d. 1-3-1899. 


Issue born in Boston, Mass. 

903b George b 4-1844 d 

i Benjamin Prescott b 2-25-1858 d 

m 6-18-1902 Nettie F. Cosman 


9- 1844 unm 

No issue 


5i4g Levi was a prosperous farmer and married 1843 

Mary, dau. Joel and Polly (Hurd) Munsell. b. 3-1-1821; d. 
6-18-1890. 

Issue born in Worcester, Mass. 


903j Elizabeth A. b 8-14-1844 d 10-24-1920 

k Eva L. b 12-26-1852 d 2-22-1920 

m 2-22-1877 J°hn E. Allen 


514! James Harrison was a Major in the 36 reg. Mass. vol. 
in the Civil war, served on the Bd. of Selectmen 1851-74, asses¬ 
sor 1857-79, Representative to General Court 1858-59, Postmaster 
I ^ 55 '^ 1 * He married 4-26-1848 Eliz. A. Parkhurst. b. 4-10- 
1826; d. 3-9-I9I5- 





3*4 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


Issue born in Milford, Mass. 


903I Emma D. 
m Otis B. 
n Kate E. 


b 5-26-1855 d 
b 5-9-1858 d 
b 6-12-1864 d 


514] Richard was a farmer and married 1-27-1849 Mary A., 
dau. Ezekiel and Mary (Pervier) Merrill, b. 9-26-1826; d. 5-12- 
1922. 

Issue born in Worcester, Mass. 

9030 Harriet A. b 7-4-1859 d 

m 2-22-1887 Wm. A. Richardson 
p Arthur H. b 8-19-1861 d 6-15-1919 


514I George W. was a husbandman and married 

Issue born in 

9034 Ellen b d 

r Manice b d 


514m Charles was a ranchman and married 


903s Abigail 
t 


Issue born in Burlington, Iowa 


b d 3-2-1920 

b d 


523 Thomas was a farmer and married 4-23-1809 Olive Orcutt 


Issue born in Methuen, Mass. 


904 Oliver Lincoln b 2-8-1811 d 

905 Benjamin Whittemore b 6-8-1813 d 


906 Susan Orcutt 

907 Olive 

m 

a Nancy Elizabeth 
m 


b 5-1-1816 d 

b d 

Alfred Taggard 
b 5-29-1822 d 

Harrison Wardwell 




RICHARD OF ANDOVER, MASS. 


3 1 5 


524 Aaron was a husbandman and married 1-20-1811 Mary 
Eustis, b. 1-5-1789; d. 3-11-1855. 


Issue born in West Newton, Mass. 


908 

Hiram 

b 

4-22-1812 

d 

6-27-1893 


909 

Henry Augustus 

b 

2-19-1814 

d 

9-12-1896 


910 

Anna Winchester 

b 

3-13-1816 

d 

1-12-1821 

unm 

911 

George 

b 

7-26-1818 

d 

6-12-1819 

unm 

912 

Aaron 

b 

5-11-1820 

d 

3-19-1892 


913 

Gilbert 

b 

8-16-1822 

d 

9-21-1897 


9 X 4 

Mary 

b 

4-28-1824 

d 

9-16-1824 

unm 

9 i 5 

Elizabeth Eustis 

b 

4-28-1824 

d 

9-15-1824 

unm 

916 

Charles Otis 

b 

8-21-1825 

d 

9-9-1826 

unm 

917 

Warren 

b 

12-9-1828 

d 

10-30-1829 

unm 


525 Michael was a farmer and married 

Issue born in Methuen, Mass. 

918 John F. b d 

919 Mary J. - b d 


526 George was a farmer and married 


920 George 

921 Nancy 

m 


Issue born in Methuen, Mass. 

b d 

b d 

Geo. Burbank 


Polly 


529 Stephen was a farmer and married 




Issue born in 

922 

Stephen 

b 

d 

923 

Jacob 

b 

d y unm 

924 

Jacob 

b 

d 

925 

Susan 

b 

d 


m 


Richard Kerkendall 

926 

Margaret 

b 

d 


m 


Felix Tompkins 

927 

Henrietta 

b 

d 

928 

Cecelia 

b 

d 




3 l6 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


531 Nathaniel was a farmer and married 

Issue born in Methuen, Mass. 
929 Nathaniel b d 


536 Jeremy Belknap was a cordwainer and married 

Issue born in 


930 Margaret H. b d 

931 Stephen J. b d 

932 William H. b d 

933 Ellen F. b d 


541 Daniel M. settled in 1818 in New Design prairie, moving 
in 1854 to Red Bud, Ill. where he died. Was a husbandman and 
married Rachel J., dau. Moses and ( ) 

Varnum. 


934 

935 

936 

937 

938 

939 

940 

941 

942 


Issue born in Monroe Co. Ill. 


Hiram b 

Lewis b 

Albert b 

Miron b 

Eveline b 

Melcina b 

Susan O. b 

m 

Eliza b 

Daniel Perry b 


d 

d 

d 

d 

d 

d 

d 

Robt. J. Smith 

d 

d 


543 Isaac was a yeoman in war of 1812 where he lost a leg, 
was County Coroner of Monroe Co. Ill. in 1846. He married 


Issue born in Monroe Co. Ill. 


943 Rhoda 

944 Tobieski 

945 Malcena 


b 

b 

b 


d 

d 

d 




RICHARD OF ANDOVER, MASS. 


3 1 7 


545 Asa Messer was a farmer, a tanner and a shoemaker in 
Monroe Co. Ill., moved to Macoupin Co. in 1848 for one year 
thence to Edwardsville where he died. He was 6 ft. tall, with 
black hair, a fluent talker. He married 1831 Mrs Cynthia 

(Devol) Phillips. 


Issue born in New Design, Ill. 


946 

Malisie 

b 

1832 

d 

1844 

unm 

947 

John M. 

b 

2-5-1834 

d 



948 

James K. 

b 

2-5-1834 

d 

y 

unm 

949 

Mary A. 

b 

1-13-1836 

d 

1896 



m 


Oliver Haynes 




950 

Ellery 

b 

1-13-1836 

d 

y 

unm 

95 i 

Winfield 

b 


d 

y 

unm 

952 

Abiel Messer 

b 

5-3-1840 

d 

1-13-1888 


953 

Susanna Marcella b 

6-26-1842 

d 


m 

i860 

Aaron Fairchild 




2 m 


Chas. Wing 





3 m 


Abram Doering 




551 Samuel was in the war of 1812 and was a farmer after. 
He married 1805 Mary (586). 


Issue born in Antrim, N. H. 


954 

Nancy 

b 

12-20-1805 

d 

1877 


m 


John Warner 



955 

Samuel 

b 

1807 

d 

1812 unm 

956 

Peter 

b 

1809 

d 

y unm 

957 

Susannah 

b 

1810 

d 



m 


Wm. Cook 



958 

Margaret W. 

b 

1812 

d 

1862 


m 


Wm. Cook 



959 

Mary 

b 


d 



m 


Jacob Cook 



960 

Elbridge 

b 


d 


961 

William B. 

b 


d 


962 

Samuel 

b 

1820 

d 

1868 

963 

Sarah 

b 


d 



m 


Benj. Turney 



964 

Lucy S. 

b 

1824 

d 

1836 unm 

96s 

Peter 

b 

1826 

d 

1865 




3 l8 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


553 Peter was a farmer and married 


Issue born in 

966 b 

967 , b 


Maria D. Marsh 


d 

d 


554 Isaac was a contractor and builder, moving to Centre, 
Iowa in 1854. He married 12-25-1817 Abigail Taylor, b. 

1793; d. 3-4-1846, married (2) 9-27-1847 Abigail, dau. James 
and Polly (Taylor) Nesmith, b. 6-9-1819; d. 2-11-1890. 


Issue born in Somerville and Cambridge, Mass. 


968 Hannah 

m 

969 Isaac jr. 

970 Henry 

971 John James 

972 Milton Reed 


b 12-20-1818 d 

Zebadiah Kinsley 
b 10-23-1823 d 

b 11-7-1833 d 

b 8-17-1848 d 

b d 


unm 


556 Capt. Moody Morse was a prosperous farmer and 
inherited the homestead, was captain of the Militia of N. H. but 
never in service. He married 1821 Nancy Bixby, 

b. ; d. 3-26-1873. 


973 

974 


975 

976 

977 


Issue born in Antrim, N. 


John Bixby 
Emily 
m 


b 11-13-1822 
b 1824 

Sam’l Brown 


Adeline b 9-12-1829 

m 7-3.-1854 Chas. Woods 
Miles Cole b 7-15-1832 

Henry Martin b 8-24-1838 


H. 

d 11-22-1860 
d 2-20-1901 

No issue 
d 9-23-1891 

d 10-15-1908 
d 12-7-1908 


558 Charles W. was a blacksmith and moved to Henniker, 
N. H. in 1825, was often chosen to positions of honor by his 
townsmen. He married 12-17-1811 Mary Chapman, b. 5-30- 
1791; d. 




RICHARD OF ANDOVER, MASS. 


319 


Issue born in Antrim and Henniker, N. H. 


978 

John 

b 

4-4-1813 

d 

2-15-1873 

979 

Mary C. 

b 

1-13-1816 

d 


m 


James M. French 


980 

Almira A. 

b 

3-19-1820 

d 

8-11-1879 


m 


Joseph Nichols 


981 

Caroline M. 

b 

6-5-1823 

d 

9-27-1829 unm 

982 

Charles W. 

b 

6-19-1828 

d 

10-29-1875 

983 

Caroline L. 

b 

12-16-1829 

d 

984 

Horace B. 

b 

2-2-1831 

d 



559 Abijah was a farmer and married 8-8-1817 Jane, dau. 
Robt. and Jane (Me Adams) Me Ilvaines. b. 10-27-1796; d. 
1870. 

Issue born in Antrim, N. H. 


985 

Susannah b 

m 4-14-1847 

10-8-1818 
Frederick Grey 

d 


986 

Robert 

b 

1820 

d 

y unm 

987 

Minda 

m 

b 

2-25-1851 

3-23-1823 
Hartwell Lakin 

d 


988 

Livera O. 

b 

2-26-1825 

d 


989 

Elizabeth J. b 

m 

5-27-1827 
Wm. Russel 

d 

6-23-1865 

990 

Allen 

b 


d 

y unm 

991 

Alvin 

b 

11-22-1831 

d 


992 

Elzaphan 

b 

2-22-1834 

d 



560 Gideon served in war of 1812 in Capt. Sam’l Allen’s Co., 
honorably discharged in 1815 at Sackett’s Harbor. He married 
1-1-1812 Lovina, dau. Joseph and Charlotte (Tinges) Brown, b. 
6-11-1793; d. 

Issue born in Hollowed, Me. 

993 Abijah b 9-10-1812 d 1-19-1893 


564 Levi was a farmer and ran the farm of his brother in law 
who was an invalid and lived with them. He married 1818 

Abiah, dau. John and Abiah (Hazen) Hopson. 





3 2 ° 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


Issue born in Walden and Norwich, Vt. 


994 Daniel Hopson 

995 John De Forest 

996 Mary Jane 

m 

997 Eliza Maria 

m 


b 

b 

b 

b 


8-24-1820 d 
4-2-1823 d 
8-21-1827 d 
Sam’l W. Dimick 
2-18-1829 d 


1- 21-1908 
8-27-1923 

2- 20-1913 

12-29-1912 

No issue 


Handel M. Hayden 


567 Levi was a farmer and married 10-8-1823 Sarah A., dau. 
Jacob and Mary (Brickett) Libby, b. 2-26-1804; d. 


Issue born in Candia, N. H. 


998 

Abraham L. b 

2-19-1824 

d 

999 

Mary B. b 

10-1-1826 

d 

m 5-3-1849 

John H. Smith 

IOOO 

Sarah A. b 

3-8-1830 

d 

1001 

Jacob L. b 

8-15-1833 

d 

1002 

Josiah B. b 

9-12-1837 

d 

1003 

Levi b 

4-1-1843 

d 

1004 

Martha b 

10-8-1845 

d 


m 1-16-1867 

Harry H. Melendy 

577 

Deacon David was 

a yeoman in 

the war 


became a farmer and carpenter, moving to Canton, Me. in 1840. 
He married 11-6-1817 Priscilla, dau. Noah and Mable (Wade) 
Litchfield, b. 1795; d. 2-2-1886. 


Issue born in Lewiston, Me. 


1005 

Marilla 

b 

10-8-1818 

d 

10-20-1892 


m 6-18-1843 

Ferris Seabury 



1006 

Louisa 

b 

6-5-1821 

d 

5-7-1847 

1007 

Harriet P. 

b 

3-7-1823 

d 

2-15-1912 


m 1-13- 

-1848 

Joseph Parker 



1008 

Albert 

b 

2-20-1826 

d 

10-15-1828 

1009 

Origen 

b 

11-2-1827 

d 

7-5-1909 

1010 

Albert 

b 

4-28-1830 

d 

2-19-1897 

IOII 

David jr. 

b 

7-20-1832 

d 


1012 

Elizabeth Ann 

b 

1-20-1837 

d 

9-17-1916 


m 7-4- 

to 

to 

00 

M 

1 

Wm. E. Atkins 




RICHARD OF ANDOVER, MASS. 


3 21 


J- 


580 Deacon Cyrus was a farmer and married 
Berry. 

Issue born in 


1013 Addison Perley b 

1014 Eliza b 

1015 Silas Curtis b 

1016 Stephen b 

1017 Rodney b 


1824 

7-11-1827 

1839 

1841 


d 

d 

d 

d 

d 


Mary 


5—9—1848 
8-9-1848 unm 


1-6-1886 


583 Jacob L. was first Selectman for many years, county com¬ 
mission one term, an original Abolitionist and Prohibitionist. 
He married 8-11-1833 Mrs Mary Barstow, dau. John and Mary 
( ) Holyoke. 

Issue born in Brewer, Me. 


1018 Eliza 

1019 Ann 

1020 Henry 

1021 Nelson 


b 

b 

b 

b 


d 

d 

d 

d 


584 Nelson P. was a farmer and married 11-1-1835 Mary, 
dau. Elijah and Mary (Herrick) Gove. b. 4-27-1813; d. 4-12- 
1888. 

Issue born in Lewiston, Me. 


1022 George L. b 

1023 Lydia H. b 

m 6-7-1871 
2 m 

1024 Charles N. b 

1025 Fred A. b 


1-3-1837 d 11-16-1853 unm 

5- 1-1838 d 

Henry A. Williams 
Capt. A. S. Sherman 
12-28-1845 d 3-3-1847 unm 

6- 6-1855 d 5-25-1865 unm 


598 Theodore was a farmer and married 4-10-1832 Rachel 
Cragin, b. 10-25-1807; d. 


Issue born in Temple and Wilton, N. H. 


1026 Nathan b 6-16-1833 

m 1-23-1868 Lucy Burton 

1027 Theodore b 5-4-1835 

1028 George F. b 3-28-1840 

1029 Artemas Oscar b. 5-13-1844 


d 10-12-1917 

No issue 

d 2-17-1909 
d 5-17-1896 
d 





3 22 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


608 Gen. Daniel Gilbert moved in boyhood with his parents to 
Cayuga Co. N. Y. and in 1818 to Greenwich, O. in 1825 he bought 
land in Ripley, O. and built a comfortable log cabin. He served 
as Col. of 1st. Reg. 2 Brigade, nth. Division Ohio Militia during 
the Boundary war between Ohio and Michigan, in 1836 was made 
Brig. General. He was a progressive farmer winning many 
prizes with his live stock. He married 9-18-1829 Eliza, dau. 
Marshall and Eliz. (Ward) Baker, b. 1-27-1800; 9-3-1865. 


Issue born in Ripley, O. 


1030 Uri Ward b 

1031 Lura Permelia b 

m 3-27-1860 

1032 Charles Rathburn b 

1033 Amos Thomas b 


7- 3!- i8 34 d 9-2-1878 

10-13-1836 d 4-2-1897 

John H. Donaldson 

9-30-1838 d 6-21-1898 

8- 11-1841 d 1-27-1850 unm 


609 James was a farmer and finally moved to Ky. He mar¬ 
ried 7-21-1831 Sarah Murray, b. 1816; d. 1855. 



Issue born in Bristol, O. 


1034 

Cordelia 

b 

3-10-1833 

d 

10-21-1914 


m 9-5- 

-1856 

Wm. Van Fossen 


103s 

Corydon 

b 

10-26-1834 

d 

7-15-1913 

1036 

Amanda 

b 

1837 

d 

5-23-1895 


m 

1858 

Jacob Forby 



1037 

Rebecca 

b 

1840 

d 

4-21-1898 


m 

1861 

John Morgan 



1038 

Thomas 

b 

11-30-1842 

d 


1039 

William 

b 

11-30-1842 

d 


1040 

Augustus K. 

b 

11-11-1843 

d 



610 David in 1824 had a farm in Ohio but deeded it to his 
uncle Zedediah. He was restless, worked a while in Bristol, O. 
and in 1832 went to Kentucky. He married 


Issue born in Crittenden, Ky. 

1041 Nathaniel Ephraim b d 

1042 lone Potter b 9-17-1836 d 



RICHARD OF ANDOVER, MASS. 


3 2 3 


612 John B. went to Ohio when young with his parents, later 
he worked in Detroit, Mich, at ship building when only wooden 
ships were built, thence back to Ohio and married 12-20-1840 
Polly, dau. Augustus and Sally ( ) West. b. 7-7-1819; 

d. 3-13-1898. 



Issue born in Fairfield, 

O. 

1043 

Corvas b 

7-7-1842 

d y unm 

1044 

Addie Louisa b 

3-23-1845 

d 10-24-1916 


m 10-12-1874 

John B. Smith 

1045 

Alton Eugene b 

3-28-1848 

d 


618 Hasey Hiram was a builder and contractor who served in 
the Civil war in 1st. Michigan Light Artillery, Battery I. becoming 
Captain. He married 12-25-1855 Jane E. Barre, b. 4-19-1832; 
d. 3-5-!9i5- 


Issue born in Litchfield and Reading, Mich. 


1046 

Ida Medora 

b 

9-1-1856 d 


m 6-28-1888 

Giles E. Cooper 


2 m 


F. M. Younglove 

1047 

Arturas Jasper 

b 

11-4-1862 d 

1048 

Annie Maria 

b 

6-9-1868 d 


m 6-6-1901 

James A. Tucker 

1049 

Corminnie Edna 

b 

10-8-1872 d 


m 4-29-1897 

John D. Hunter 

1050 

Corris Edward 

b 

10-8-1872 d 


619 William Ladd was a farmer and fruit grower. He mar¬ 
ried 3-15-1855 Mrs Nancy (McClure) Anderson, b. 7-4-1831; 
d. 7-16-1920. 


Issue born in Crittenden, Ky. 


1051 David Robert b 

1052 Lilley b 

1053 Nancy Jane b 

1054 Adelaide b 

m 10-24-1888 

10 55 William Hasey b 


1-28-1856 d 

5-12-1857 d 

1-12-1862 d 

12-5-1863 d 

Sam’l H. Crutcher 
9-24-1865 d 


10-3-1862 unm 
6-19-1880 unm 






3 2 4 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


620 Ebenezer was a farmer and married Betsey Emery 

Issue born in 

1056 Andrew H. b d 

1057 Hibbard b d 

1058 Osbern b d 

1059 Malvina b d 


621 Rev. Isaac was a Methodist preacher, began preaching in 
1816, and held many charges in Vt, went in 1845 to Rockford 
and organized churches there and in Cannon, Mich. He married 
2-22-1816 Mehitable, dau. Moses and Eliz. (Clifford) Huntoon. 
b. 2-19-1792; 10-2-1875. 


Issue born in Vermont 


1060 

Ruth 

b 

9-20-1820 

d 

1061 

Angelo 

b 

9-12-1822 

d 

1062 

John William 

b 

9-23-1824 

d 

1063 

Isaac Irving 

b 

3-15-1827 

d 

1064 

Elizabeth 

b 

6 -I 3 - i8 3 ! 

d 

1065 

Richard Watson 

b 

4-6-1833 

d 

1066 

Thomas Newton 

b 

2-31-1843 

d 


623 John M. was a farmer and married 
True 

Issue born in 

1067 John True b d 


Mehitable 


624 Rev. Darius was a Methodist and had many charges in 
Vt. and Mass, till 1832 when he became an Episcopal rector, 
ordained by Bishop Griswold of Mass. He moved to Michigan 
in 1838 and held many charges there and in Ohio. He married 
4-1-1828 Almira W., dau. Amasa and Polly (Hoskins) Houghton, 
b. 8-3-1804; d. 4-8-1842; married (2) Menior Page 

Issue born in Mass. 

1068 George Washington b d 

1069 Almira b d 





RICHARD OF ANDOVER, MASS. 


325 


636 Orrin was a farmer and married 

Issue born in Italy, N. Y. 

1070 b d 

1071 b d 

1072 b d 


641 Samuel jr. went to Italy, N. Y. with his father in 1817, 
in 1830 he opened a hotel which he ran for several years. He 


married his cousin Anna (667) 

1830. 


1073 

Issue born in 

Electa b 

Italy, N. Y. 

d 


1074 

Samuel b 

d 


1075 

Rhoda b 

d 


643 

Charles was a farmer and married 

Ann Clark 

1076 

Issue born in 

b 

Italy, N. Y. 

d 


1077 

b 

d 


1078 

b 

d 


1079 

b 

d 


644 

Henry (Tall Henry) was 

a farmer and married 


Freelove Peck. 

Issue born in Italy, N. Y. 
1080 b d 


645 George W. resided in Italy, until 1854, thence to Michigan. 
He was Justice of Peace in 1848, married Wealthy 

Tyler, b. ; d. ; married (2) Mahala, 

dau. John and Mary ( ) Eggleston; b. ; d. 

; married (3) 

Issue born in Italy, N. Y. 

1080a Bruce Elida b d 

1081 Lorenzo b 8-16-1839 d 

1082 Eugene b d 




3 2 6 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


648 Enoch was a husbandman and married Mary T. 

Hemenway 

Issue born in Italy, N. Y. 

1083 Myron Irving b d 

653 Henry was a farmer and married Phebe, dau. 

John and Rachel (Dean) Graham, b. 1818; d. 1848. 

Issue born in Italy, N. Y. 

1084 b d 

1085 b d 

1086 b d 


660 Orlando was a farmer, moving to Italy, N. Y. with his 
father in 1830, thence in 1840 to Michigan. He married 
Fidelia (642) 

Issue born in Italy, N. Y. and Michigan. 


1087 Andrew J. b d 

1088 Moses J. b d 

1089 Lucretia b . d 

1090 Christopher b d 

a Jonas b d 

b William b d 

c Henry b d 

d Emma b d 


663 Joseph S. was a farmer, moving later to Michigan. He 
married Ale Connell 


Issue born in Italy, N. Y. and Michigan. 

b d 

b d 

b d 

b d 

b d 


1091 

1092 

1093 

1094 

1095 


666 Elisha D. was a prominent farmer and man of affairs*. 
He married Clarissa, dau. Jeremiah and Eunice (Storm) Fisher. 




RICHARD OF ANDOVER, MASS. 


327 


Issue born in Italy, N. Y. 


1096 

Amarette 

b 

d 

m 

John Kennedy 


1097 

Alwilda 

b 

d 

m 

John Hiler 


1098 

Ida 

b 

d 


m 

Edward C. Barker 

1099 

Gerolda 

b 

d 

IIOO 

Clarissa 

b 

d 

IIOI 

Frederick 

b 

d 


671 Amos Russell was a farmer and married 11-2-1836 Maria 
Ames. 

Issue born in 

1102 Sarah Ann Maria b 8-19-1837 d No issue 

m 12-15-1859 Asa C. Buck 
2 m 12-8-1864 John R. Loring 


677 Henry was a husbandman and married 5-4-1837 Eliz., 
dau. Amos and Lucy (Brigham) Smith, b. 11-1-1811; d. 2-22- 
1904. 

Issue born in Quincy, Mass. 


1103 


1104 

1105 


Henry Francis b 

m 11-5-1863 
George Augustus b 
William Penn b 


10-12-1838 d 3-2-1878 

No issue 

Julia E. Abercrombie 
10-18-1840 d 10-16-1889 

6-3-1843 d 1-1-1910 


679 Charles was associated with his brothers Daniel and 
George in granite quarries and building, he moved to Lynnfield, 
Mass, in 1850, in 1852 to Millstone, Ct. in 1855 to Lanesville, 
Mass, in 1856 to Philadelphia, Pa. He married 11-14-1838 
Christiania, dau. Jonas and Sarah (Reed) Hallstram. b. 8-18- 
1820; d. 12-18-1907. 

Issue born in Quincy, Mass. 

1106 Helen Maria b 8-5-1839 d 7-24-1922 

m 1-12-1864 Gideon A. Ryder 





3 2 § 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


1107 Charles Augustus b 7-22-1841 d 4-30-1920 

1108 William Henry b 11-13-1847 d 1-9-1920 

1109 Albert Sampson b 1-1-1850 d 

680 Daniel was a granite dealer, moving to Philadelphia, Pa. 
in 1870. He married 8-7-1862 Mary A., dau. Ebenezer and Mary 
(Larabee) Lawrence, b. 9-18-1826; d. 12-31-1895. 

Issue born in Lynnfield, Mass. 

mo Harriet Leora b 5-3-1863 d 

1111 Mary Adeline b 6-8-1868 d 

681 George was a granite dealer with quarries and yards in 
Gloucester and Quincy, Mass. He married 4-30-1843 Sarah A., 
dau. Isaiah and Sarah (Hunt) Thayer, b. 8-18-1822; d. 9-21- 
1848; married (2) 7-29-1849 Julia A., his sister-in-law. b. 3-14- 
1829; d. 6-7-1912. 

Issue born in Quincy and Gloucester, Mass. 

1112 George Henry b 2-24-1846 d 9-2-1846 unm 

1113 George Edwin b 9-21-1847 d 9-29-1848 unm 

1114 Henry Amsworth b 5-7-1852 d 

689 Abel was 

He married 1839 Phebe A. Brown 

Issue born in Binghamton, N. Y. 

1115 b d 

1116 b d 

1117 Isabella b 1844 d 1914 

m 1873 Wm. Hancock 

1118 b d 

693 Samuel Gunn worked with his father and became an 
expert mechanic, in 1847 moved to Scranton, Pa. and had charge 
of the machinery in the mills of the Lackawanna Iron and Steel 
Co., in 1861 went with the Penn Coal Co. in Dunmore, Pa., in 
1865 retired to give his entire attention to his father’s Scale 
business which he moved to Scranton, Pa. He married 4-2-1856 
Susan E., dau. Sam’l and Sarah (Stanley) Kidder. 



RICHARD OF ANDOVER, MASS. 


3 2 9 


Issue born in Carbondale, Pa. 


1119 

Ellen Grace 

b 

9-21-1861 

d 



m 


W. H. Taylor 



1120 

Frank Stanley 

b 

3-16-1863 

d 


1121 

Alice 

b 

3-27-1865 

d 


1122 

Samuel Gunn jr. 

b 

1-16-1874 

d 

1876 unm 

1123 

Harry Carleton 

b 

8-15-1871 

d 


694 

Prof. George R. 

won his A.M. at Union College, studied 

law in 

Wellsboro, Pa. but taught school in Germantown for many 

years. 

He married 8-3- 

1853 Anna E., dau. 

Sam’l W. and Ann 

(Ellis] 

1 Morris, b. 8-28-1827; d. 




Issue born 

in Germantown, 

Pa. 


1124 

William Morris 

b 

5-12-1854 

d 

2-21-1901 

1125 

Samuel Morris 

b 

4-2-1858 

d 

10-23-1884 unm 

1126 

Anna Morris 

b 

5-12-1862 

d 


1127 

Edward Wistar 

b 

3-8-1868 

d 

1-5-1896 unm 

703 

Capt. Samuel was 

in the war of 1812, 

later a farmer, 


moving to Rumford, Me. about 1817. He married 
Rachel Sessions, b. 1793 ; d. 1863. 


1811 


Issue born in Bethel and Rumford, Me. 


1128 

Cevilla 

b 

12-17-1812 

d 


m 


Gideon C. Abbott 

1129 

Elias 

b 

6-6-1814 

d 

1130 

Rachel 

b 

7-18-1816 

d 


m 


Josiah Keyes 


1131 

Lucretia 

b 

11-7-1818 

d 


m 


Bartholomew Perry 

1132 

Samuel 

b 

12-25-1822 

d 

1133 

Hazen 

b 

12-19-1827 

d 

1134 

Christina 

b 

10-24-1829 

d 

1135 

Charles Lyman 

b 

10-16-1831 

d 

1136 

Juliette 

b 

10-19-1839 

d 


m 8-25-1866 Moses Cumming 


1898 


6-11-1832 unm 
6-11-1832 unm 


705 Joseph Stevens became a Capt. during the war of 1812, 
later took a farm and married Patty Eames, b. ; 

d. ; married (2) Lydia Eames, b. 9-2-1792; 

d. 1-2-1856. 



330 


BARKER GENEALOGY 




Issue born in Newry, 

Me. 


1137 

Lydia 

b 

1816 

d 

2-13-1841 unm 

1138 

Joseph 

b 

1819 

d 

4-23-1855 

1139 

Moses 

b 

1821 

d 

1841 unm 

1140 

Lodoeska 

b 

1824 

d 

3-28-1848 unm 

1141 

John E. 

b 

11-11-1826 

d 

2-8-1858 

1142 

Rosanna 

b 

1829 

d 

6-26-1855 unm 

1143 

Frances 

b 

1832 

d 

2-9-1857 


m 


Barker Burbank 


1144 

Alexander E. b 


d 

5-13-1881 



SEVENTH GENERATION 


7 I 9 

Lewis was a 

farmer and married 9-14-1826 Minervia 

Weeks, b. 8-16-1800; 

d. 4-16-1880. 



Issue born in Brandon, Vt. 


1145 

John Lewis 

b 3-28-1827 d 

4-12-1895 

1146 

Eliza M. 

b 12-15-1829 d 

7-16-1841 unm 

1147 


b 8-13-1833 d 

8-13-1833 unm 

1148 

George Weeks 

b 6-28-1837 d 

8-19-1841 unm 

720 

Joseph Alden 

was a farmer and married 



Issue born in Leicester, Vt. 


1149 

German W. 

b d 


1150 

Lucius Russell 

b d 


H 5 1 

Julius G. 

b d 


1152 

Loyal 

b d 


724 

Erwin was a 

farmer and married 4- 

-1853 Rosalind 

Quinn 





Issue born in Brandon, Vt. 


1153 

Minnie Ella 

b 3-23-1856 d 



m 

Charles B. Hall 


1154 

Edward 

b 5-23-1858 d 

9-30-1924 


735 Philip Freeman was a farmer and married 
Colby 


Jane 






RICHARD OF ANDOVER, MASS. 


331 


Issue born in Fryeburg, Me. 


1155 

Charles F. 

b 

3-21-1837 d 

1156 

Caroline 

b 

d 


m 


Edward Me Intyre 

1157 

John Perley 

b 

d 

1158 

Mandana 

b 

d 


m 


Alvin Me Intyre 


2 m 


F. S. Me Intyre 

1159 

Abigail 

b 

d 


m 


C. W. Pike 


10-15-1867 


736 Richard was 
Walker 

a farmer and married 

Issue born in 


Betsy 

1160 Eunice W. 

b 

d 

unm 

1161 Willard 

b 

d 


1162 James 

b 

d 


1163 Sarah 

b 

d 

unm 

1164 Marcenar 

b 

d 

unm 


737 Joseph Wilson was a wealthy farmer and a strong, able 
man in every respect. He married 11-31-1838 Eunice, dau. James 
and Sarah (Farrington) Hobbs, b. 12-29-1816; d. 3-30-1904. 


Issue born in Lovell, Me. 


n6s 

Augusta M. 

b 

3-10-1841 

d 

1-24-1864 unm 

1166 

Webster 

b 

11-26-1842 

d 

4-16-1863 unm 

1167 

Lucian 

b 

tn 
*t 
00 

M 

1 

<N 

1 

CO 

d 

9-15-1846 unm 

1168 

Sybil D. 

b 

9-5-1847 

d 

9-12-1866 

1169 

Frank 

b 

6-27-I85O 

d 



739 Enoch Webster built the stone works in the Merrimack 
river, occupied a good position in the mills for years. He married 
9-19-1841 Edna J., dau. Joel and Lucy B. (Gray) Chandler, b. 
1-30-1822; d. 

Issue born in Lovell, Me. 


1170 Francis E. 

1171 Ederson W. 

1172 Emdora 

1173 Emma Louise 


b 

b 6-11-1848 
b 1853 
b 10-16-1860 


d y unm 

d 1-11-1878 
d 2-11-1872 unm 

d 1864 unm 





332 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


747 Major John taught school successfully until married and 
then became a farmer. He married 10-15-1834 Selina D., dau. 
Rev. Valentine and Mary (Clark) Little, b. 10-1-1816; d. 3-25- 


1862. 






Issue born in Lovell, Me. 


1174 

Aretus G. 

b 

10-23-1835 d 

8-II-I867 

1175 

Eugene V. 

b 

12-20-1837 d 

I2-5-I9I9 

1176 

Maryette 

b 

8-20-1841 d 

II-23-I89I 


m 4-7-1864 

S. Sargent Stearns 


1177 

Francisco W. 

b 

4-17-1846 d 

I-I-I 9 IO 

1178 

Ann Ella 

b 

10-6-1848 d 

4-14-1885 

m 5-14- 

tj- 

00 

1—1 

Chas. E. Davis 


1179 

Emma Alice 

b 

8-5-1851 d 

9-12-1854 unm 


751 Hon. Abraham Andrews was educated in public schools 
and in 1854 moved to Ebensburg, Pa. and engaged in the lumber 
trade. He was very active in politics and the organizer of the 
Republican party in his county, was a delegate to the Nat. Con¬ 
vention in Chicago, i860, was elected as Representative to the 
39th. Congress 1865-67. Was an ardent abolitionist and wielded 
a powerful influence in his home town as a Lincoln man, he had 
strict temperance principles and assisted Gen. Neal Dow in the 
Maine Prohibition Law, in 1876, he became a radical prohibitionist, 
was State Chairman of Penn. 1878-82. He married 6-24-1842 
Orsina Parker, dau. Rev. Valentine and Mary (Clark) Little, 
b. 10-20-1821; d. 7-31-1888. 


Issue born in Lovell, Me. 

1180 Valentine Stephen b 8-15-1843 d 

1181 Florentine Henry b 2-8-1847 d 

1182 Augustine Vinton b 6-20-1849 d 

1183 Constantine Hardy b 9-20-1854 d 


4-1-1906 

1- 11-1921 

2- 14-1924 


758 Major Elden was a farmer, moving to Jewell City, Kan. 
in 1869, served two years in the Kansas Senate. He married 
9-23-1840 Caroline E., dau. Rev. Valentine and Mary (Clark) 
Little, b. 12-12-1823; d. 




RICHARD OF ANDOVER, MASS. 


333 


Issue born in Lovell, Me. 


1184 

Joseph Valentine b 

4-12-1842 

d 

3-20-1853 

unm 

1185 

Mary Clark 

b 

i~ 3 i_i 844 

d 




m 5-1- 

1871 

Geo. B. Crandall 



1186 

Victoria Valeta 

b 

1-13-1846 

d 




m 1-1- 

1872 

Chas. O. Evans 



1187 

Ruth Sands 

b 

12-13-1847 

d 




m 9-25-1871 

John D. Robertson 



1188 

Oviana Marcella b 

6-27-1849 

d 




m 11-27- 

1876 

John B. Flemming 



1189 

Hannah Andrews b 

5-31-1851 

d 

6-17-1851 

unm 

1190 

Gorgianna 

b 

8-3-1853 

d 

1-26-1864 

unm 

1191 

Henry Martyn 

b 

3-10-1855 

d 

3-14-1863 

unm 

H92 

Alma Orsina 

b 

6-8-1858 

d 

8-3-1859 

unm 

1193 

John Elden 

b 

3-1-1861 

d 

2-1-1863 

unm 

1194 

Carrie Selina 

b 

1-10-1866 

d 

y 

unm 


759 Ephraim was a farmer and married 

Issue born in 

1195 dau. b d 

m Hazzard 


761 John was a husbandman and married 1-1-1815 Susan 
Bigelow, b. 12-17-1792; d. 5-14-1860. 


Issue born in Leominster, Mass. 


1196 

1197 

1198 

1199 

1200 

1201 


Mary Jane b 

George Washington b 
Mary Miranda b 
Julia Ann b 

Frances Louise b 
John Quincy A. b 


10-6-1815 
3-30-1817 
2-9-1819 
6-12-1821 
2-11-1824 
9-4-1826 


d 9-11-1896 
d 

d 12-10-1841 
d 9-11-1872 
d 3-11-1867 
d 


762 William was a man of character and prominent in public 
affairs, was a contractor and built portions of the Erie Canal. He 
married 1813 Phebe Rose, b. ; d. ; mar¬ 
ried (2) 1819 Esther Riggs, dau. Arunah and Lois (Gibbs) 

Orton, b. 1797; d. 2-1-1881. 







334 


BARKER GENEALOGY 




Issue born in Onondaga and Manlius, 

N. Y. 

1202 

William 

b 

8-17-1814 

d 

1-22-1815 unm 

1203 

John William 

b 

3-11-1816 

d 

5-20-1892 

1204 

Cephus Cicero 

b 

1-28-1818 

d 

8-7-1886 

1205 

James Morris 

b 

8-19-1820 

d 

8-19-1841 unm 

I206 

Phebe Ann 

b 

8-12-1823 

d 

unm 

1207 

Lucy Maria 

b 

11-9-1824 

d 



m 8-12- 

1847 

Lyman W. Conkey 


1208 

Rachel Hall 

b 

12-16-1825 

d 

4-18-1882 unm 

1209 

Esther Almira 

b 

1-25-1828 

d 



m 


Ambrose L. Smith 


1210 

Henry Martyn 

b 

9-23-1829 

d 

1896 

1211 

Mary 

b 

11-26-1830 

d 

6-5-1892 


m 10-10-1853 

John G. Smith 



1212 

Elizabeth 

b 

9-H-1835 

d 



m 9-1- 

00 

00 

M 

Wm. Parshall 



1213 

Adnah 

b 

4-21-1837 

d 

9-11-1876 

1214 

Daniel Webster 

b 

1-14-1839 

d 

4-7-1890 


765 Cephas was a farmer and married 2-20-1821 Mary 
Jewett, b. 1802; d. 2-16-1864. 


Issue born in Slaterville Springs, N. Y. 


1215 

George William 

b 

9-11-1824 

d 9-13-1826 

1216 

Sarah Ann 

b 

7-14-1826 

d 11-6-1899 


m 11-7-1 

849 

Moses Schoonmaker 

1217 

Almira Jane 

b 

1-30-1829 

d 


m 10-19-1857 

Chauncey L. Wattles 

1218 

George William 

b 

7-5-1831 

d 5-26-1911 

1219 

Charles Henry 

b 

7-25-1833 

d 


766 Cicero was a pioneer of Onondaga, N. Y., moved to Berk¬ 
shire, N. Y. in 1818 but returned in 1833, was Supervisor and 
Assessor for many years. He married 8-19-1817 Mary Satterly, 
b. 2-20-1790; d. 1886. 


Issue born in Berkshire, N. Y. 


1220 John Satterly 

1221 Esther Louisa 

m 

1222 Hannah Nancy 

1223 Mary Ann 


b 11—5—1818 d 4-19-1883 

b 2-20-1821 d 10-10-1876 

Ambrose Pattison 

b 1-16-1823 d 9-4-1826 unm 

b 10-26-1825 d 9-7-1826 unm 






RICHARD OF ANDOVER, 

MASS. 


335 

1224 

Dewitt Clinton 

b 

10-27-1827 

d 

3-5- 1 828 

unm 

1225 

Benjamin Franklin b 

5-10-1829 

d 



1226 

William Henry 

b 

7 - 17-1831 

d 



1227 

Mary Ann 

b 

8-7-1833 

d 

9-9-1834 

unm 

768 

Albemarle was 

a blacksmith and married 

Abigail 


A. Francis, b. 7-17-1800; d. 


Issue bom in Lexington and Needham, Mass. 


1228 

Albemarle 

b 

3-13-1825 

d 


1229 

William Frederick b 

6-19-1827 

d 


1230 

Horace Rice 

b 

6-27-1829 

d 

9-81886 

1231 

Abigail Ann 

b 

6-12-1831 

d 11-25-1844 unm 

1232 

Adelia Sarah 

b 

2-12-1834 

d 


1233 

Ellen Amanda 

b 

5-13-1836 

d 


1234 

John Francis 

b 

12-16-1838 

d 


1235 

Mary Louise 

b 

1-12-1841 

d 


771 

Ephraim was ; 

1 farmer and married 9-15-1825 Lydia 

Vinton, b. 8-27-1805; 

d. 3-17-1871. 




Issue born 

in Granby, Mass. 


1236 

Catherine 

b 

1-12-1827 

d 

No issue 


m 6-11-1864 

Lyman G. Fales 


123 7 

John Vinton 

b 

7-23-1828 

d 


1238 

Ann 

b 

7-10-1830 

d 

9 - 4-1833 unm 

1239 

Sophie Dwight 

b 

2-11-1832 

d 



m x 1-25-1 

852 

John Q. A. ( 

1141) 


1240 

William Abbott 

b 

1-31-1833 

d 

7-29-1863 

1241 

Horace Rice 

b 

5-6-1837 

d 

4-20-1862 

1242 

Ann Ursula 

b 

3-17-1840 

d 

3-17-1907 


m 6-18-1873 

Adelbert F. Taylor 


1243 

Ephraim Wilder 

b 

8-6-1844 

d 


1244 

Susan Roxanna 

b 

3-27-1847 

d 



m 12-11 

869 

Wm. A. Hopwood 



772 Franklin was a farmer and married 4-15-1826 Betsy, dau. 
Levi and Polly (Whipple) Blood, b. 11-16-1808; d. 2-28-1894. 

Issue born in 

b 1-27-1827 d 6-11-1887 

b 5-20-1828 d 


1245 Omera 

1246 William R. 



336 


BARKER GENEALOGY 



1247 

Sarah A. 

b 

6—16—1830 

d 


1248 

Eckford 

b 

5-30-1832 

d 

5-1-1887 

1249 

Cornelius T. 

b 

6-15-1834 

d 


1250 

Emelina J. 

b 

4-30-1840 

d 

9-5-1889 

1251 

George W. 

b 

4-29-1843 

d 


1252 

Charles H. 

b 

12-31-1847 

d 


1253 

Mary E. 

b 

2-11-1851 

d 



775 Samuel Guild was a farmer and married 5-18-1837 Sarah, 
dau. Andrew and Sarah (Spaulding) Towne. b. 1-4-1808; d. 
6-9-1864. married (2) 11-29-1865 Mrs Phebe (Myers) Sears. 


Issue born in Onondaga, N. Y. 


1254 

Samuel 

--- — —~ —- 0 —y 

b 

d 

1255 

Ann 

b 

d 

1256 

Cynthia S. 

b 

d 

1257 

Granville 

b 11-25-1844 

d 

1258 

Helen M. 

b 

d 


776 Luman left home as a young man and went to St. Law¬ 
rence Co., N. Y. later he moved to Wisconsin. He married 


1259 

1260 

1261 

1262 

1263 

1264 


Issue born in New York and Wisconsin. 


b 

b 

b 

b 

b 

b 


d 

d 

d 

d 

d 

d 


779 Nathan was a brickmaker and married 2-25-1806 Sally 
Brown, b. ; d. 1812; married (2) 

Hannah Townsend. 

Issue born in Sudbury and Charlestown, Mass. 

1265 Amri b d 

1266 Nathan b 1809 d 5-9-1902 

a Ruth Brown b d 7-3-1881 


m 


John Eaton 





RICHARD OF ANDOVER, MASS. 


327 


b 

c 

d 

e 

f 

§• 

h 

i 

j 


b 

b 

b 

b 

b 

b 

b 

b 

b 


d 

d 

d 

d 

d 

d 

d 

d 

d 


780 Silas Goodnow was a farmer and married 


Issue born in 
1267 Ephraim b 


d 


785a John when a young man moved to Staten Island, N. Y. 
and became Supt of the Staten Island Dyeing Co., holding this 
position for forty years with success. He married 

Issue born in Factoryville, Staten Island, N. Y. 


1267a John J. b d 

b b d 

c Calvin b 10-11-1834 d 6-2-1921 

d b d 

e Joseph H. b d 

f b d 

g Nathan b d 

h b d 

i Samuel b d 


788 Calvin was a prosperous farmer and married 11-29-1825 
Lucy W. Woodward, b. ; d. 11-3-1833; married (2) 

4-3-1:836 Lucy, dau. Gaius and Temperance (Leonard) Bliss, b. 
4-10-1803; d. 3-3-1888. 


Issue born in Milbury, Mass. 

1268 Lucy Ann b 1-10-1832 d 

1269 Calvin Woodward b 10-21-1833 d 




33 ° 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


791 Nathan was a farmer and married 8-1-1818 Eunace 
Austin, b. ; d. 5-18-1865. 


Issue born in Wilbraham and Sunderland, Mass. 


1270 

Maria 

m 

b 

3-27-1837 

5-3-1819 
Chas. Post 

d 12-13-1891 

1271 

Austin 

b 

2-6-1821 

d 

1272 

Emily 

m 

b 

1-1-1840 

6-11-1823 
Earl Palmer 

d 

1273 

Adolphus 

b 

6-28-1827 

d 

1274 

George Lafayette b 

11-20-1834 

d 8-4-1887 


793 

Gilbert was a farmer and married 11-16-1824 Persis King 

b. 

; d. 6-30-1887. 



Issue born 

in Palmer, Mass. 

1275 

John King b 

9-26-1825 d 

1276 

George Franklin b 

4-12-1830 d 

1277 

Sarah Jane b 

5 - 9 - i8 3 2 d 


m 7-11-1860 

Walter Winter 

1278 

Maria M. b 

11-22-1837 d 


m 11-11-1863 

Luke Chapman 


794 

Cyrus Grove was a 

farmer and married 

2-2-1826 Eliza 

King 







Issue born in 



1279 

Mary Jenette 

b 

7-13-1828 

d 

6-30-1875 


m 


Lorenzo Muzzey 


1280 

Calvin Fayette 

b 

8-22-1831 

d 

4-16-1832 unm 

1281 

Lydia Jane 

b 

6 -i 3-!833 

d 

4-25-1850 






No issue 


m 4-4-1849 

Joseph Corey 



1282 

John Nathan 

b 

11-11-1836 

d 

8-27-1838 unm 

1283 

Judson Cyrus 

b 

2-17-1839 

d 


1284 

George Jerome 

b 

11-6-1842 

d 



796 William Sedgwick was a farmer and later in life moved 
to Kansas, he married 3-13-1831 Hersey Knowlton, b. ; 

d. 10-12-1868. 





RICHARD OF ANDOVER, MASS. 


339 


Issue born in Springfield, Mass. 


1285 

Lybenah b 

m 4-3-1859 

2 m 

4-18-1834 
John Bronson 
Geo. M. Burr 

d 

1286 

Loisette 

b 

6-13-1838 

d 

1287 

William 

b 

8-5-1842 

d 

1288 

Wesley E. 

b 

8-5-1842 

d 

1289 

Sherrod 

b 

9-10-1844 

d 

1290 

Delbert Leroy 

b 

2-1-1846 

d 

804 

Charles R. was 

a 

farmer and married 


6-26-1864 
1899 
5-31-1892 


dau. Benj. and Elmira (Libby) Tyler, b. 9-25-1825; d. 


Issue born in 


1291 William b d 

1292 Mary E. b d 

1293 Alphonso b d 

1294 Charles b d 


806 Cyrus Ingalls was a husbandman and married 8-11-1848 
Almira Jewett 

Issue born in Saco, Me. 

1295 Alva D. b 1849 d 


818 Jacob was educated at Phillips Acad, was a farmer and 
Representative of his state. He married Annie J., dau. Thos. and 
Jane (Close) Robinson, b. 1857; d. 


Issue born in Andover, Mass. 


1296 Mary b d 

1297 Jessie b d 

1298 John Jacob b d 

1299 George R. b d 

1300 Frank M. b d 


819 Clinton C. was a farmer and married 


Issue born in Andover, Mass. 
1301 Clinton C. b d 





340 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


836 John Henry at 13 yrs. entered Ravine College, in 1863 
became a shipping clerk and soon formed the wholesale grocery 
business of Smith & Barker, went to Chicago, Ill. made the firm 
of Meeker & Barker, sold out and returned to his early home and 
entered his father’s business of Haskell & Barker. He was several 
years Mayor of Michigan City, Ind., was Director many years 
of 1st. Nat. Bank of Chicago, Ill. As a memorial to his three 
children, he built and furnished Barker Hall, a parish and school 
of Trinity Episcopal Church. He married 8-28-1873 Mrs Eugene 
( ) Brooks, b. ; d. 4-3-1891; married (2) 

2-14-1893 Katherine, dau. Martin and Mary (Devine) FitzGerald. 


1302 

1303 

1304 

1305 


Issue born in Michigan City, Ind. 


Cordelia b 

Wallace b 

Eugenia b 

Catherine b 


m 7-31-1915 


5-30-1877 d 6-21-1880 unm 

2-16-1879 d 7-21-1879 unm 

8-19-1880 d 8-21-1882 unm 

2-4-1896 d 

Howard H. Spaulding 


838 Wallace C. was a wholesale iron merchant of Chicago, Ill., 
was drowned while yachting. He married 1874 Jessie O. 

Norton 

Issue born in Chicago, Ill. 

1306 Norton W. b 1-30-1875 d 

1307 Anna O. b 11-25-1876 d 


841 James was a farmer and married 10-4-1855 Agnes L., 
dau. Alex, and Eliz. (Nesmith) Park. b. 5-9-1829; d. 4-8-1892. 

Issue born in Windham, N. H. 

1308 James Herbert b 8-21-1857 d 

1309 Ella Agnes b 4-24-1863 d 

m 9-11-1885 Elmer Winn 

847 Augustus Leroy was a farmer and married 1-1-1873 Mary 
A., dau. James and Sarah (Hughes) Cochran, b. 11-11-1848; d. 

Issue born in Windham, N. H. 

1310 Walter Clifford b 10-1-1874 d 



RICHARD OF ANDOVER, MASS. 


341 


848 Barney learned the shoemaking trade in his father’s shops, 
then he opened a shop in Hanover, N. H., closed, it and served 
in the Civil war with a local N. H. Co. After the war, he became 
agent for the railway express co. until about 1905, was a talented 
pen and pencil artist. He married 4-1-1856 Ellen M. Benton, b. 

; d. 7-5-1863; married (2) 2-5-1865 Hannah E., dau. 
Stillman and Martha (Mathews) Coburn, b. 5-30-1843; d. 8-16- 
1908. 




Issue born in Rutland, Vt. 

1311 

Frank 

b 

8-6-1875 

d No issue 


m 

3-12-1913 

Jessie Buffum 


1312 

May 

b 

5-18-1878 

d 5-10-1882 unm 

1313 

Harry 

b 

7-19-1881 

d 


851 Rolla was a husbandman and married 9-29-1869 Julia M., 
dau. Cassius and Martha (Messer) Buck. b. 5-8-1848; d. 

Issue born in Rutland, Vt. 

1314 Wilson Samuel b 3-13-1871 d 12-11-1905 unm 

1315 Frank b 8-6-1875 d 

1316 Jennie U. b 7-14-1876 d 

m 8-7-1898 Walter Jasmir 


868 John Johnson was a twine and paper manufacturer, then 
overseer in factory at Peterboro, N. H. until 1877, was traveling 
salesman also, all the family good singers and sang at the Hancock, 
N. H. Centennial 1879. He married 11-25-1847 Sarah H. Hos- 
mere, b. 1828; d. 1895. 


Issue born in Jeffery and Hancock, N. H. 


1317 


1318 


1319 


Roselle M. b 

m 12-10-1873 

2 m 4-26-1882 

3 m 

Eva S. b 

m 11-27-1873 
2 m 8-IX-1881 
Charles S. b 


12-6-1851 d 

Chas. E. Neal 
Josiah B. Sanborn 
Harry B. Day 

4-18-1855 d 10-27-1882 

Alfred E. Spaulding 
Jacob B. Whittemore 
3-22-1857 d 







342 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


874 Henry Albert was in the livery business in Milford, N. H. 
then in Concord, N. H. enlisted in the Civil war 11-28-1861; dis¬ 
charged for disability 1-19-1863. He married 7-5-1868 Abbie J., 
dau. Abiel A. and Mary J. (Osgood) Love joy. 

Issue born in Mason and Peterboro, N. H. 

1320 Percy Love joy b 8-30-1870 d 

1321 Amy Maud b 5-18-1873 d 

m 6-15-1893 Wm. J. Elliot 


875 Hiram Dennis settled first on the old homestead, then 
with his brother Henry owned and ran the Cragin Mills in Peter¬ 
boro, N. H., later was a dealer in stationery in Marlboro, Mass. 
He married 5-26-1862 Rilla C. Bancroft, b. ; d. 10-16- 

1887. 

Issue born in 

1322 b d 


892 Phineas married 2-28-1831 Orinda S. Blanchard, b. 3-1- 
1814; d. 11-9-1836; married (2) 1-4-1838 Harriet N. Blanchard, 
b. 5-4-1817; d. 12-18-1889. 


Issue born in Jamestown, N. Y. 


1323 

Oscar P. 

b 5-23-1840 

d 4-12-1910 

1324 

Henry 

b 1842 

d 1858 unm 


894 

Jonathan 

was a farmer and married 

Issue born in 


Lydia 

1325 

Isaac 

b 

d 


1326 

John 

b 

d 

unm 

1327 

Walter 

b 

d 


1328 

Margaret 

m 

b d 

Andrew Nichols 


1329 

Grace 

m 

b 

Chas. Steward 

d 






RICHARD OF ANDOVER, MASS. 


343 


897 Henry was a machinist and married Mary Anne 


Issue born in 


1330 

Mary Elizabeth 

b 


d 

1331 

Georgiana 

b 


d 


m 


John Davis 


1332 

Emma 

b 


d 


m 


James Kent 


1333 


b 


d 

1334 


b 


d 


902 

Benjamin J. was a 

machinist and ] 

married 11-3-1844 

Lucretia Ayes, b. 7-12-1824; 

d. 10-29-1917. 




Issue born in 

New London, 

Conn. 

1335 

Helen A. b 

12-8-1846 

d 

1847 unm 

1336 

Ellen L. b 

5-17-1849 

d 

3-10-1919 


m 6-30-1875 

John H. Clark 



1337 

Catherine C. b 

12-4-1851 

d 

unm 

1338 

Franklin E. b 

3-6-1853 

d 

11-18-1911 

1339 

Mary Grace b 

8-22-1855 

d 

12-12-1923 unm 

1340 

Annie G. b 

5-16-1858 

d 

12-15-1863 unm 

I 34 i 

b 


d 


1342 

Elmer C. b 

4-16-1862 

d 

10-11-1915 





No issue 


m 4-17-1897 

Mabel Caulkins 



1343 

William A. b 

1-31-1865 

d 

12-11-1911 





No issue 


m 10-11-1892 

Mary Smith 




903 Daniel T. was in the retail lumber business, moved to 
Milwaukee, Wis. in 1850, also in Delavan and Elkhorn, Wis. He 
married 7-23-1848 Eliza, dau. Gordon and Hulda (Shailer) 
Andrews, b. ; d. 

Issue born in New London, Ct. and Milwaukee, Wis. 

1344 Phineas b 11-4-1849 d 12-4-1849 unm 

1345 Harriet b 10-31-1851 d 4-5-1919 

m 2-16-1875 Chas. A. Sercomb 

1346 Albert R. b 1-22-1853 d 

1347 Gordon Eugene b 6-17-1859 d 

1348 Charles H. b 2-20-1864 d 





344 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


907 Benjamin was a farmer and married 

Issue born in 

1349 Benjamin W. b d 

1350 Mary T. b d 


908 Hiram in early life learned the blacksmith’s trade, then 
engaged in the grocery business until 1848 when he was associated 
with Granville Fuller in the lumber trade for seven years, in 1856 
he joined his brother Henry in the flour and hard bread business, 
which grew into starch manufacturing, was incorporator and 
oldest director of the National Bank in Brighton. He married 
10-31-1839 Hepsaybeth, dau. Joseph and Hepsey (Adams) Faxon, 
b. 9-16-1816; d. 


Issue born in N. Brighton, Mass. 


1351 

1352 

1353 

1354 


Hiram Eustis b 
Anna Maria b 
Angeline Faxon b 
m 12-2-1868 
Elbra Lincoln b 
m 12-15-1897 


1-4-1842 d 

12-4-1843 d 

1-12-1846 d 

Sidney Ensign 
11-11-1855 d 

Fannie L. Baldwin 


2-19-1922 
9-5-1888 unm 
12-7-1919 

No issue 


909 Henry Augustus developed the flour and hard bread busi¬ 
ness with his brother Hiram and it gradually grew into starch 
manufactory with success. He married 3-24-1839 Betsy H. 
Hardy. 

Issue born in Newton, Mass. 


1355 Henry Augustus b 

1356 George Hardy b 

1 357 Frank Raymond b 

1358 Fred Dunmore b 


1-13-1841 

12-8-1844 

5-4-1856 

9-25-1861 


d 4-8-1859 unm 

d 1-25-1853 unm 

d 
d 


912 Aaron married 4-9-1846 Caroline Jennison 

Issue born in West Newton, Mass. 

1359 Charles Eugene b 5-23-1848 d 

1360 May Emma b 9-12-1851 d 9-14-1852 unm 




RICHARD 

OF ANDOVER, MASS. 

345 

1361 

William Alvin b 

4-30-1854 d 

No issue 

m 2-13-1878 

Henrietta A. Platts 


1362 

Orrin Fletcher b 

12-17-1856 d 


1363 

George Jenison b 

7-3-1861 d 

No issue 

m 10-28-1885 

Nellie F. Clough 


1364 

Linnie Augusta b 

6-18-1867 d 1- 

-30-1874 unm 

9 r 3 

Gilbert married 5-5- 

-1869 Eliza J. Yeomans 



Issue born in 


1365 

Warren b 

1870 d 

1873 unm 

1366 

b 

1873 d 

1875 unm 

952 

Abiel Messer at 13 yrs. began to learn the printers trade 


and finished in three years and worked on several newspapers in 

111., served four years in the Civil war in Co. C. 32cd. Ill. Vol. 
under Col. John Logan, after his marriage tried farming for a 
while, about 1872, he purchased an interest in the News at Virden, 

111 ., moving there in 1880, thence to Springfield, Ill. and became 
President of the Springfield Typographical Union. He married 
10-12-1859 Harriet C. Otwell. 


Issue born in Carlinville, Ill. 


1367 

Philip Lincoln b 

7-23-1860 d 

1368 

Harry Ellsworth b 

6-5-1862 d 

1369 

Emma Cynthia b 

12-14-1866 d 


m 7-21-1887 

Rev. J. L. Scott 

1370 

Mary Etta b 

7-1-1869 d 


m 6-20-1889 

Horatio G. Diener 

1371 

Edward De Vol b 

12-27-1872 d 

1372 

Hattie Maud b 

2-24-1876 d 

m 12-30-1896 

Max Borman 

1373 

Louis Messer b 

1-17-1880 d 

m 2-19-1903 

Bertha Smallwood 


2 m 9-22-1912 

Nancy H. Ferris 

971 

John James married 



Issue born 

in Dubuque, Iowa 

1374 

Frank b 

d 

1375 

b 

d 

1376 

b 

d 


No issue 





346 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


972 Milton Reed is a successful practising physician and mar¬ 
ried 6-28-1877 Mary, dau. Rev. J. W. and Joanna (Smith) Nanna. 


Issue born in Wilmette, Ill. 


1377 Mary Ellen 

1378 Helen L. 

1379 Beatrice 


b 

b 

b 


1883 

1887 

1890 


d 

d 

d 


973 J°hn Bixby was six years in the paper making mills in 
Bennington, N. H. going in 1850 to Guadalajara, Mexico, as 
Supt. of paper mills there of Grant & Warren, Boston, 1856 he 
tried wheat growing in Napa, Cal. but returned to Mexico and 
is the first American buried in the cemetery there. He married 
10-10-1848 Harriet E., dau. Luther and Eliz. (Griswold) Newton. 

Issue born in Guadalajara, Mex. 

1380 Albert Augustus b 11-20-1852 d 6-9-1905 

1381 Mary Frances b 4-19-1855 d 2-11-1926 unm 

1382 Adelaide Eliz. b 8-6-1859 d 10-22-1860 unm 


976 Miles Cole was a farmer and married 9-29-1859 Sarah J., 
dau. Robt. and Clara (Goodale) Carr. b. 7-21-1835; d. 12-2- 
1910. 

Issue born in Nashua, N. H. 


1383 Carrie Celestia b 2-2-1865 d 

1384 Jennie Hatch b 7-5-1869 d 

m 6-3-1903 Arthur R. Jefferson 


1-6-1923 


977 Henry Martin was a farmer and married 11-30-1864 
Mary J., dau. Luther and Mary J. (Todd) Colburn, b. 3-4-1837; 
d. 1-19-19 22. 

Issue born in Antrim, N. H. 

1385 Herbert b 8-27-1866 d 

1386 Harry C. b 3-31-1870 d 

m 5-20-1903 Marion Hughes 

1387 Fred Martin b 5-4-1871 d 


No issue 







RICHARD OF ANDOVER, MASS. 347 

982 Charles W. was a farmer and married 1858 Caroline 
E. Eaton, b. ; d. 1-14-1876. 

Issue born in Hillsborough, O. 

1388 Carrie L. b 12-16-1859 d 


991 Alvin R. was a farmer and married Mary E. 


Shattuck 




Issue born 

in Antrim, N. H. 

1389 

Allen F. 

b 

1-15-1862 d 

1390 


b 

d 

1391 


b 

d 

1392 

Eugene Leroy 

b 

5-27-1870 d 


993 Abijah was a farmer and a blacksmith, after his marriage 
he lived for 16 years near Noble’s Ferry, Clinton, Me., moved to 
Canaan, Me. in 1863 but returned in 1868 to Clinton. He was a 
man of strict integrity and respected by all who knew him. He 
married 9-23-1846 Julia A., dau. Rev. Sam’l and Lydia (Holmes) 


Knox. 

Issue born in Clinton, Me. 

1393 

Persis Ellen 

b 

1847 d 

1394 

Lorisa Melissa 

b 

d 

1395 

Liveria Oriette 

b 

d 

t 396 

Lovina 

b 

d 

1397 

Carrie Knox 

b 

d 

994 

Daniel Hopson 

was a 

farmer and married Sarah 

Bancroft, b. 

; d. 

1898. 


Issue born 

in Northfield, Vt. 

1398 

Ella M. 

b 

1-11-1852 d 5-10-1894 

1399 

m 

Jessie 

b 

Henry A. Burt 

8-31-1862 d 9-18-1863 unm 


995 John De Forest was a blacksmith and in 1856 went with 
the Central Vermont R. R. and was for over 35 years in charge 










34^ 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


of their blacksmith shops. He married 11-27-1855 Mary E., dau. 
Aaron D. and Mary ( ) Buzzell. b. 8-19-1834; d. 7-31- 

1857; married (2) 9-14-1859 Mrs Sarah L. Wilson, dau. Daniel 
and Lorinda (Smalley) Kingsbury, b. 7-14-1831; d. 3-23-1902. 

Issue born in Northfield and St. Albans, Vt. 

1400 Mary Ellen b 5-12-1857 d 

1401 Guy Forest b 7-5-1869 d 


1009 Origen was a farmer and married 7-5-1857 Hannah B. 
Ludden, b. ; d. 4-5-1909. 


Issue born m Canton. Me. 


1402 Preston C. b 

1403 Louisa C. b 

m 

2 m 

3 m 9-4-1907 

1404 Estella C. b 

m 10-14-1881 


4-17-1859 d 

4-29-1860 d 2-14-1925 

Preston Knowlton 
Manter Cummings 
Joshua Mackey 
1-2-1862 d 

John Briggs 


1010 Albert was a Serg. during the Civil war, then became a 
farmer and married 10-27-1853 Susan J. Trask, b. 1826; d. 
1904. 

Issue born in Turner, Me. 

1405 Albert C. b 10-28-1865 d 


ion David jr. was a farmer and married 
b. ; d. ; married (2) 

Decoster 

Issue born in Canton, Me. 

1406 Zadah Caroline b 1862 d 

1407 George Belmont b d 

1408 Jasper David b d 


Mary Daly, 
Abigail 


4-9-1918 


1027 Theodore was a carpenter and married Electa C, dau. 
Thos. and Mary C. (Giddings) Senter. b. 6-16-1840; d. 6-18- 
1924. 






RICHARD OF ANDOVER, MASS. 


349 


Issue born in Temple and Wilton, N. H. 

1409 Frank A. b 11-7-1861 d 

1410 Allen b 3-23-1867 d 

14x1 Herbert T. b 7-19-1869 d 

1028 George F. was a blacksmith and married 1866 

Jennie S. Farrar, b. ; d. 12-24-1901. 

Issue born in Temple, N. H. 

1412 Willis D. b 1867 d 11-11-1924 


1029 Artemas Oscar was in the grocery business, was twice 
elected Supervisor and married 1-23-1883 Carrie E., dau. John R. 
and Carrie (Crocet) Sheldon, b. 11-12-1858; d. 

Issue born in E. Wilton, N. H. 

1413 Dana Nash b 12-18-1890 d 


1030 Uri Ward was a graduate of Oberlin College, always 
interested in politics, holding several offices in Ruggles, O., taught 
many terms with great success, was an influential man. He mar¬ 
ried 11-4-1857 Rachel, dau. Caleb and Laura ( ) Fowler, 

b. 3-29-1837; d. 1-1-1890. 


Issue born in Ripley, O. 


1414 Cora Eliza b 

m 10-22-1885 

1415 Willis Eugene b 

1416 Luetta Elvada b 

m 11-11-1912 


8-24-1861 d 10-8-1924 

Franklin W. Miller 
4-1-1865 d 

11-11-1871 d 

Judson I. Patterson 


1032 Charles Rathburn was a farmer and always ready to 
lend a helping hand. He married 2-11-1863 Angenette, dau. 
Geo. H. and Cordelia (May) Thomas, b. 7-13-1844; d. ; 

married (2) 6-30-1886 Mrs Amelia (Newman) Murray. 




35 ° 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


Issue born in Greenwich, O. 

5-15-1868 d 

Alfred L. Mosley 
4-30-1872 d 

2-2-1887 d 

Roy W. Marlow 


1035 Corydon was a farmer and married 3-30-1856 Jane, dau. 
James and Jamima (Brown) Greer, b. 9-13-1837; d. 12-13-1917. 


Issue born in Deep River, Iowa 


1420 

Lucy D. 

b 

6-28-1857 d 



m 

12-5-1877 

Rene Creswell 


1421 

Antonette 

b 

8-26-1862 d 


m 

7-22-1885 

Geo. W. Wolford 


1422 

Cora D. 

b 

12-28-1868 d 

No issue 

m 

7-8-1895 

James W. Athey 


1423 

James William b 

i- 3- i8 73 d 

No issue 


m 

8-26-1896 

Charity B. Newton 



1417 Lulu May b 

m 6-6-1897 

1418 George Irving b 

1419 Lena P. b 

m 1-30-1912 


1038 Thomas was a farmer and married 


Williams, b. 

; d. 

; married (2) 

Hannah Vanscoyk 

Issue 

born in 

1424 James 

b 

d 

1425 Charles 

b 

d 

1426 Edgar 

b 

d 

1427 Mary 

b 

d 

m 


Wm. Poster 


Sarah 


No issue 


1039 William was a farmer and married 
Bromley 


Issue born in 


1428 John b d 

1429 George b d 

1430 Guy b d 

1431 Pearl b d 


Martha 






RICHARD OF ANDOVER, MASS. 


351 


I0 45 Alton Eugene was a farmer, in 1902 moved to San 
)iego, Cal. and took charge of the I. O. O. F. cemetery. He 
larried 6-11-1874 Almeda, dau. John M. and Harriet J. (Haw- 
dns) Carl. b. 8-11-1851; d. 


Issue born in Greenwich, O. 


1432 

Iva Lois b 

3-27-1882 

d 

1433 

Lynn West b 

1-26-1887 

d 

1051 

David Robert was a 

fruit grower and married 1-13 

Annie D. Musselman. b. 8-25-1865 ; d. 



Issue born 

in Crittenden, 

Ky. 

1434 

Eunice Elizabeth b 

10-12-1886 

d 


m 2-11-1901 

Clay Conrad 


1435 

Nancy b 

6-23-1889 

d 12-12-1918 


m 2-11-1918 

Geo. Smith 


1436 

David Franklin b 

10-9-1891 

d 

1437 

Petsena b 

11-2-1893 

d 


m 5-11-1916 

Marion Belew 



1055 William Hasey married 9-24-1890 Arabell Webster, b. 
9-3-1872; d. 

Issue born in Grant Co., Ky. 

1438 Robert Monroe b 8-31-1891 d 

1439 Rowena May b 10-5-1893 d 

m Lee Payne 


1083 Myron Irving married Virginia A. Clark 

Issue born in St Louis, Mo. and Covington, Ky. 

1440 Adelaide b d 

m Wm. E. Fisher 

a Bertha Gertrude b d 

b Ralph Malcom b 11-22-1875 d 


1088 Andrew J. was a farmer and married 
dau. Chester and Lora (Treat) Smith. 


Emily, 






352 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


Issue born in Italy, N. Y. 


1441 

1442 

1443 


b 

b 

b 


d 

d 

d 


1104 George Augustus married 10-19-1875 Isabel M., dau. 
Ezra and Martha O. (Morgan) Sherburne, b. 11-5-1856; d. 




Issue born in Gloucester and Quincy, Mass. 

5-7-1877 unm 

3-6-1884 unm 


1444 Henry Sherburne b 2-14-1877 

1445 Henry Francis b 2-14-1878 

1446 Alice b 2-23-1882 

1447 Constance b 4-6-1888 


d 

d 

d 

d 


1105 William Penn was a large granite dealer and married 
8-22-1871 Mary E., dau. John F. and Ellen D. (Simonds) Lincoln, 
b. 7-13-1851; d. 

Issue born in Quincy, Mass. 


1448 Lillian Lincoln b 

m 10-19-1892 

1449 Herbert William b 

1450 Stella b 

m 1919 


1-25-1873 d 

Arthur P. Benson 
5-1-1877 d 

7-23-1888 d 

Frank D. Alvord 


1920 


1107 Charles Augustus was a granite dealer, moving from 
Philadelphia, Pa. to Ardmore, Pa., thence to Ozona, Fla. He 
married 5-28-1868 Deborah A., dau. Wm. and Ann (Meser) 
Heckman, b. 8-27-1840; d. 10-20-1888. 


Issue born in Philadelphia and Ardmore, Pa. 


1451 George Heckman b 

1452 Helen Louisa b 

1453 Charles Reed b 

1454 Robert b 

1455 Mabel b 


11-7-1869 

6-27-1871 

9-10-1875 

6-20-1878 

11-20-1881 


d 

d 

d 

d 

d 


10-3-1879 unm 
8-23-1916 


m 10-12-1918 James Albert 














RICHARD OF ANDOVER, MASS. 


353 


1108 William Henry went at an early age to Philadelphia, Pa., 

I was first a contractor and then joined his father in the successful 
'granite business, in 1889 he moved to Lansdowne, Pa., becoming 
its first Chief Burgess on the incorporation of that borough in 
1893, reelected, in 1911 was appointed of the Council and was 
prominent in all public affairs. He married 4-11-1871 Emily B., 
dau. Henry C. and Caroline E. (Garnett) Shurtleff. b. 10-29- 
1847 i d. 4-19-1923. 


Issue born in Philadelphia, Pa. 

1456 Emily Shurtleff b 4-25-1872 

m 4-11-1902 

1457 William Shurtleff b 

1458 Henry Shurtleff b 


Wm. J. Muth 
5-23-1874 d 
1-28-1880 d 


1109 Albert Sampson was in the granite business, living in 
Chicago, Ill. thence to Philadelphia, Clifton, Collingdale, Media, 
and Middletown, Pa. He married 10-27-1873 Julia B. Winslow, 
b. 3-4-1850; d. 10-11-1918. 


Issue born in Chicago, Ill. and Philadelphia, Pa. 


1459 Albert Winslow b 

1460 Harold Charles b 

1461 Edwin Hamilton b 


6-1-1874 

12-3-1875 

2-18-1882 


d 

d 

d 


1114 Henry Amsworth in 1887 was Supt. of his father’s 
granite works and in 1892 retired from active business to his 
farm in Bridgewater, Mass. He married 10-29-1873 Eliz. J., 
daii. David and Nancy J. (Stanwood) Lane. b. 8-21-1857; d. 


Issue born in Gloucester, Mass. 


1462 

George Wallace 

b 

3-23-1877 

d 

1463 

Henry Howard 

b 

6-4-1879 

d 

1464 

Frederick A. 

b 

5-21-1884 

d 

1465 

Ellen 

b 

5-7-1886 

d 


5-1-1885 unm 


1124 Bishop William Morris graduated from Univ. of Penn. 
1873, was Rector of St. Paul, Washington, D. C. St. Luke’s 






354 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


Baltimore, Md., St. Paul’s Duluth, Minn, was consecrated Bishop 
of Western Colorado 1-25-1893, was a direct and eloquent speaker. 
He married 7-13-1892 Laura P., dau. John and Mary A. C. 
(Dickinson) Adair, b. 8-23-1854; d. 

Issue born in Astoria, Ore. and Tacoma, Wash. 

1466 Anna Ellis b 10-31-1894 d 

1467 Mary Adair b 11-3-1896 d 6-28-1897 unm 


1129 Elias was a highly respected farmer, after his father’s 
death, he took the old homestead. He married 5-1-1836 Martha 
J., dau. Wm. J. and Polly (Dresser) Moody, b. 5-31-1818; d. 
1912. 

Issue born in Milton and Rumford, Me. 


1468 John Henry b 

1469 Christina Ellen b 

m 5-1-1859 

1470 Eugene b 

1471 Frederic b 

1472 Walter Herbert b 


2-26-1837 d 

5-1-1839 d 5-13-1885 

Geo. H. Webber 
9-11-1845 d 

1853 d 

9-8-1862 d 


1144 Alexander E. was a thrifty farmer, prudent and orderly 
citizen. He married 1851 Cynthia, dau. Joshua and Annie 
(Knapp) Littlehall. b. 10-29-1832; d. 12-1-1872; married (2) 
11-27-1873 Izetta, dau. Parker V. and Louisa (Coburn) Brown, 
b. 9-9-1851; d. 


Issue born in Newry, Me. and Milford, Mass. 


1473 Edgar E. b 

1474 Frank W. b 

1475 Edward b 

1476 Herbert W. b 

1477 Annia L. b 

1478 Ida M. b 

m 9-5-1881 

1479 Harry C. b 

1480 Benjamin A. b 


11-18-1852 d 
4-17-1854 d 
4-14-1856 d 
7-31-1860 d 
7-5-1862 d 
10-6-1865 d 
Geo. E. W. Adams 
10-10-1874 d 
6-20-1877 d 









RICHARD OF ANDOVER, MASS. 


355 


op 


EIGHTH GENERATION 

1145 John Lewis was a merchant and married 4-14-1852 
[ahala M., dau. Paul and Mercy (Stearns) Field, b. 8-13-1830; 
|. 5-15-1885. 

Issue born in Brandon, Vt. 

1 481 Mary E. b 2-25-1864 d 

m 1-15-1890 D. H. Stafford 


1151 Julius was a husbandman and married 


Issue born in Leicester, Vt. 


[482 Joseph L. 
[483 J. Russell 
[484 Carl Lewis 


b 

b 

b 


d 

d 

d 


1154 Edward married 


Lulu Wallace 


1485 Mildred 


Issue born in 
b 


1155 Charles Freeman was a farmer and married 3-21-1860 
>arah E. Eastman 

Issue born in 


1486 Ellen E. 

1487 Cora M. 

1488 Charles H. 


b 5-31-1861 d 
b 3-20-1866 d 
b 2-25-1868 d 


11 57 J°hn Perley married 


Mary Smart 


1489 


Issue born in Dorchester, Mass, 
b d 


1161 Willard served in the Civil war and married 
Mary Pike 




356 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


Issue born in 

1490 Leah b d 

m Dr. Richard Chase 


1169 Frank is a prosperous farmer and married 8-13-1871 
Mary D., dau. Duncan and Mary (Farrington) Ross. b. 1-31- 
1852; d. 8-20-1873; married (2) 12-31-1877 Leila M., dau. 
James P. and Mary C. (Stacy) Davis, b. 10-9-1852; d. 


Issue born in Fryeburg, Me. 


1491 

Harriet Gordon 

b 

8-19-1872 

d 



m 9-23- 

1903 

Chas. P. Grey 



1492 

James Wilson 

b 

10-24-1878 

d 


1493 

Mary Eunice 

b 

6-12-1880 

d 


m 8-6-1902 

Walter S. Benson 


1494 

Augusta M. 

b 

1-18-1882 

d 

6-2-1900 unm 

1495 

Marion L. 

b 

8-2-1883 

d 

No issue 


m 10-16-1907 

Myron Allen 



1496 

Stillman F. 

b 

9-26-1885 

d 


1497 

Albion Gordon 

b 

3-4-1888 

d 

No issue 

m 10-13- 

1920 

Winona Farmer 


1498 

Sybil Gertrude 

b 

3-21-1892 

d 


1499 

Walter Davis 

b 

7-17-1895 

d 



1171 Ederson W. married 7-3-1872 Elmira Parkman 


Issue born in 


1500 

Charlotte E. 

b 

d 



m 


Everet Hankins 



1501 

Frank E. 

b 

d 



1502 

Alice 

b 

d 



1503 

Archibald 

b 

d 

y 

unm 


1174 Aretus G. graduated at Waterville College, Me. 1862, 
becoming a very successful teacher. He married 8-20-1864 Exa 
L. Drake, b. 1-24-1835; d. 

Issue born in Effingham, N. H. 

1504 Justin Starr b 2-26-1866 d 





RICHARD OF ANDOVER, MASS. 


357 


1175 Eugene V. was a farmer, moving to Ebensburg, Pa. in 
1866, in 1878 to Johnstown, Pa., was a bookkeeper in the Cambria 
Iron Works. He married 10-18-1860 Mary C., dau. Ebenezer 
and Asnath (Chadbourn) Hambleu. b. 1-25-1843; d. 

Issue born in Lovell, Me. and Ebensburg, Pa. 


1505 

Edward W. 

b 

8-23-1861 

d 

5-31-1889 

1506 

Roland 

b 

6-14-1865 

d 

1507 

Amy Viola b 

m 8-3-1897 

7-20-1870 d 

Wm. P. Thomas 


1508 

Humbert F. 

b 

11-21-1876 

d 

12-30-1882 unm 

1509 

son 

b 

11-21-1876 

d 

11-22-1876 unm 


1177 Francisco Weston was a farmer and served in the Civil 
war in Co. H. 34th. Reg. Maine Inf. Vols., teacher and Selectman. 
He married 5-17-1872 Mary L., dau. Abram F. and Catherine R. 
(Piper) Marston. b. 7-6-1848; d. 3-9-1919. 

Issue born in Effingham, N. H. 

1510 Catherine Eugene b 11-6-1873 d 


1180 Valentine Stephen moved in 1854 to Penn, with his 
parents, in 1862 served in the Civil war in Co. F. 133 Reg. Penn. 
Inf. Vols., returned to Ebensburg and became a successful mer¬ 
chant. He married 11-27-1865 Jennie L., dau. Wm. and Cath¬ 
erine ( ) Evans; b. 7-2-1844; d. 1-23-1873; married (2) 

10-19-1876 Catherine W., dau. and ( ) 


Williams, b. 7-13-1855; d. 





Issue born 

in Ebensburg, 

Pa. 


1511 

Myrtle Orsina b 

5-18-1866 

d 

1-20-1873 unm 

1512 

Mabel Jennie b 

10-28-1867 

d 

1-23-1873 unm 

1513 

Althea Abigail b 

9-5-1878 

d 

1-11-1880 unm 

1514 

Edith L. b 

2-8-1881 

d 



m 10-23-1901 

John M. Connell 


1515 

Valentine Aretaw b 

2-14-1883 

d 

2-14-1888 unm 

1516 

Edna Pearl b 

12-24-1886 

d 



m 7-13-1910 

Clyde Gardner 



1517 

Austin Parker b 

4-3-1890 

d 

6-15-1905 unm 



358 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


1181 Florentine H. moved in 1854 to Penn, with his parents, 
he served in the Civil war in Co. C. 209 Penn. Inf. Vols. as 
Corporal, later entered his father’s business of lumber and mer¬ 
chandize, his father retired in 1880 and the firm became Barker 
Bros. In 1893 he was County Treas. of Cambria Co. Pa. He 
married 2-8-1870 Margaret A., dau. Geo. C. K. and Eliza 
(Wherry) Zahm. b. 9-17-1845; d. 6-26-1926. 

Issue born in Ebensburg, Pa. 

1518 Orlin G. A. b 1-14-1872 d No issue 

m 6-27-1917 Sarah B. Lowrie 
He is a most successful doctor in diseases of the Eye 


1182 Augustine Vinton served in the Civil war in Penn. State 
Militia during Lee’s invasion, although only 13, he joined the 
‘Emergency’ Service. Graduated from Dartmouth 1872 A.B., 
1875 A.M., studied law in Chicago, Ill. and Ebensburg, Pa. 
admitted to the bar of Cambria Co., Pa. 1874, in 1875 to practice 
in the Supreme Court of Penn, in 1876 to United States Circuit 
and District Court. He has had unusual success in law, in 1890 
was appointed by Gov. J. A. Beaver to fill a vacancy for Judge- 
ship and at the next election in 1891 was elected for full term. 

He possesses to an eminent degree qualities of head and heart 
which contributed to make an ideal Judge and none have been 
more frequently quoted. No ruling of his has been reversed by 
the Supreme Court in any case taken from his district. He retired 
from the bench in 1902, practiced law with his son Fred D. at 
Ebensburg until 1909, when he retired permanently and moved to 
Bradenton, Fla. where he now resides in his handsome home with 
summers spent in Maine and travel. He married 6-1-1875 
Catherine F., dau. Geo. C. K. and Eliza (Wherry) Zahm. b. 
10-4-1851; d. 1-12-1915. 

Issue born in Ebensburg, Pa. 

1519 Fred D. b 5-8-1876 d 10-14-1918 

1520 Augusta B. b 8-13-1879 d 7-27-1880 unm 

1521 Andrews A. b 3-28-1882 d 12-30-1882 unm 

1522 Lovell b 12-12-1884 d 

m 10-30-1900 Frank S. Gates 

1523 Helen b 8-28-1890 d 

m 6-1-1915 Harry Land 




JUDGE AUGUSTINE VINTON BARKER 
































amm-mm* 


RICHARD OF ANDOVER, MASS. 


359 


1183 Constantine Hardy finished his schooling at Shippens- 
burg Normal School, becoming a merchant and joining his father’s 
business. He married 11-29-1881 Kate, dau. Robt. and Ann 
( ) Bynn. b. 1-3-1860; d. 

Issue born in Ebensburg, Pa. 

1524 Allen A. b 12-31-1882 d No issue 

m 9-9-1919 Hazel Roberts 


1201 John Quincy Adams married 11-25-1852 Sophia Dwight 


Issue born in S. Framingham, Mass. 


1525 

Elizabeth Sophia 

b 

10-28-1853 

d 3 -S -!876 

1526 

Edward Adams 

b 

8-4-1856 

d 

1527 

John Ephraim 

b 

6-7-1861 

d 

1528 

George Henry 

b 

7-24-1863 

d 12-19-1863 unm 

1203 

1 John William was 

a foremost citizen, serving on Board 


of Aldermen, Board of Supervisors and as School Commissioner, 
was a large salt manufacturer, of which he was authority and 
often called before Congress for expert testimony, considered most 
sagacious. He married 7-20-1843 Eliz. J. Filkins. b. ; 

d. 9-20-1848; married (2) 1-16-1851 Mary C., dau. Judge and 


Mary ( ) Munger. 

b. 8-5-1834; 

d. 




Issue born 

in Syracuse, 

N. Y. 



1529 


b 


d 

y 

unm 

1530 


b 


d 

y 

unm 

1531 


b 


d 

y 

unm 

1532 

Frederic William 

b 

12-3-1851 

d 



1533 

Caroline Munger 

b 

d 

y 

unm 

1534 

Philip Alanson 

b 

3-15-1857 

d 


1901 

1535 

Gertrude Eliz. 

b 

3-20-1860 

d 



m 10-23-1883 

Chas. W. Hogan 



1536 

John Guy 

b 

3-10-1862 

d 



1537 

Catherine T. 

b 

8-21-1864 

d 



• m 


Frank M. Bonta 



1538 

Thomas Rose 

b 

1866 

d 

y 

unm 

1539 

Mary Adelaide 

b 

7-4-1869 

d 





3 6 ° 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


1204 Cephas Cicero was a contractor and builder, he con¬ 
structed the Sault Ste. Marie Canal and was a large operator in 
oil in Penn, in i860. He married 2-1-1843 Mary E. Crocker 

Issue born in 

1540 Charles Smith b d 

1541 Elizabeth Sophia b d 12-19-1887 

m Henry S. Hunter 


1210 Henry Martyn married Ann Munger. 


Issue born in Syracuse, N. Y. 


1542 

Helen Kate 

b 

7-31-1850 

d 



m 1-17-1 

877 

John S. Richardson 



1543 

Hamilton Sloan 

b 

2-23-1852 

d 



1544 

James Munger 

b 


d 

y 

unm 

1545 

Frank Williams 

b 

1-19-1856 

d 



1546 

Harriet Munger 

b 


d 

y 

unm 

1547 

Harry Munger 

b 

12-30-1863 

d 



1548 

Elizabeth P. 

b 


d 

y 

unm 


1213 Adnah married Celia A. Crandall 

Issue born in Ithaca, N. Y. 

1549 Adeliade Edith b d 


1214 Daniel Webster married 

; d. ; married (2) 

Issue born in 
1550 George Webster b 


Sarah M. Dobie, b. 
Sarah J. Feek 


d 


1218 George William was a teacher until after his marriage 
when he took up farming, moving to Iowa in 1878, thence to 
Nebraska, Kansas and Arkansas. He married 10-11-1854 Cecelia 
Baker, b. 3-9-1828; d. 1911. 


RICHARD OF ANDOVER, MASS. 


361 


Issue born in Richford, N. Y. 


1551 

Samuel Chester b 

9-26-1855 

d 7-19-1900 

1552 

Bertha Estella b 

8-2-1857 

d 

m 

Artemus M. Hunger ford 

1553 

Charles Ellsworth b 

2-14-1863 

d 

1554 

Cephas Horace b 

11-10-1871 

d 


1220 John Satterly married 5-31-1849 Caroline Bennett 


Issue born in Onondaga, N. Y. 


1555 

Willis Luther 

b 

1850 

d 

unm 

1556 

Mary Luthena 

b 


d 

unm 

1557 

Emma Dora 

b 


d 

unm 

1558 

Edson Cicero 

b 

11-12-1854 

d 


1559 

John Frederick 

b 

2-6-1856 

d 


1560 

Frank Herbert 

b 

12-9-1857 

d 


1561 

Henry Allen 

b 

10-11-1863 

d 



1225 Rev. Benjamin Franklin graduated at Yale in 1856, 
becoming a Methodist minister in 1859, preaching for many years, 
was Presiding Elder of the Oswego, N. Y. district 1873-77, 
retiring in 1883 to his farm in E. Onondaga, N. Y. He married 
6-4-1864 Lizzie M. Kinne. 


Issue born in Central New York 


1562 

Albert Franklin 

b 

1-7-1865 

d 

1563 

Vincent Kinne 

b 

9-10-1868 

d 

1564 

Grace Edith 

b 

2-1-1874 

d 

156s 

Eldridge Yale 

b 

10-14-1876 

d 


1226 William Henry moved to Kansas. He married 6-1-1859 
Louisa A. Longstreet, b. 9-5-1840; d. 


Issue born in 

1566 Irving Longstreet b 9-22-1860 d 

1567 Eva Louisa b 3-7-1864 d 

1568 Laura May b d 

1569 William Henry b 11-14-1873 d 


unm 





362 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


1228 Albemarle went in 1849 i* 1 ship Edward Everett to 
California to join his brother William, a successful miner there, 
later he lived in Port Townsend, Wash. He married 
Kittie Chambers 

Issue born in 


1570 William 

1571 George 

1572 Ida 

1573 John 


b 

b 

b 

b 


d 

d 

d 

d 


1230 Horace Rice was a machinist, owning a large shop and 
doing an extensive business. He married 7-31-1860 Martha M. 
Merritt. 

Issue born in Lowell, Mass. 

1574 Louise Ardelle b 11-30-1861 d 

m 6-10-1891 Joseph A. Nesmith 

1575 Bertha Estelle b 7-3-1863 d 

m 12-9-1896 Frederick N. Wise 


1234 John Francis at 15 worked in his brother Horace's 
machine shop, owned a complete set of tools and had a force of 
men working for him, in 1862 he went to Springfield, Mass, in 
charge of pipe works in water shops. He invented and patented 
many valuable machines, was bought out in 1869 and incorporated 
in 1870 as Gilbert & Barker Co. in New York City to manufacture 
machinery which converts crude petroleum, as well as distillants, 
in gaseous form, used for heating and lighting. He married 
3-11-1858 Laura B., dau. Geo. and Amelia ( ) Pierce, 

b. 4-11-1840; d. 5-11-1884; married (2) 11-26-1888 Jennie F. 
sister of his first wife. 


Issue born in Lowell and Springfield, Mass. 


1576 

Frederick F. 

b 

6-17-1859 

d 

1577 

Amelia Maria 

b 

4-27-1865 

d 


m 4-24-1 

889 

Wheeler H. Hall 

1578 

John Francis 

b 

10-18-1879 

d 

1579 

Horace Richard 

b 

3-9-1890 

d 

1580 

Laura Frances 

b 

9-29-1896 

d 


1866 unm 







RICHARD OF ANDOVER, MASS. 363 

1237 John Vinton married ii-i 1-1849 Eliza Ann, dan. Marcus 
and Eliza ( ) Little. 

Issue born in 

1581 Horace John b 6-1 1-1852 d 9-11-1852 unm 

1582 dau. b 2-3-1854 d y unm 

1240 William Abbott married 10-11-1856 Carrie G. Parks 

Issue born in 

1583 Adelaide V. b d 

1584 Elizabeth C. b d 

1585 Frederick A. b d 

1241 Horace Rice was a chairmaker, he served in the Civil 

war in 1861 in Co. D. 21 Reg. Mass. inf. vols. He married 11-11- 
1858 Eliza J. Lawrence, b. ; d. 1861. 


Issue born in Leominster, Mass. 


1586 Waldo 

b 1859 d 

y 

unm 

1587 Horace Pliny 

b 11-3-1861 d 




1243 Ephraim Wilder married 5-11-1871 Emily L. Me Duffe. 

Issue born in Keene, N. H. 

1588 Horace Ephraim b d 


1265 Nathan married 4-4-1833 Eliz. L. Haven, b. 1811; 
d. 3-10-1873; married (2) 8-18-1880 Emeline Nelson 


Issue born in Weston, Mass. 


1589 

Elizabeth Sophia 

b 

5-6-1834 

d 

1855 unm 

1590 

Henry Taylor 

b 

10-15-1837 

d 

1853 unm 

1591 

Lucy Hinckley b 

m 11-9-1858 

5-14-1840 

James Keyes 

d 

1859. 

No issue 

1592 

Nathan 

b 

9-27-1845 

d 

3-19-1901 

1593 

Amri 

b 

3-26-1847 

d 

12-12-1922 

1594 

Mary Brown 

b 

2-22-1853 

d 

2-16-1924 


m 6-13-1872 Oliver L. Sherburne 


3 6 4 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


1267 Ephraim was a well known physician and married 


1595 Abigail S 

m 

1596 


Issue born in Londonderry, Vt. 
b 


Farnsworth 


d 

d 


1267-c Calvin was a clerk in a New York wholesale dry goods 
house in 1850, thence to Toledo, O. in 1857 where he helped make 
Toledo a wholesale center, in 1878, he turned to real estate and 
insurance, becoming President of his company. During the Civil 
war, he was a member of the Finance Com. looking after the 
interests of the soldiers. He married 2-11-1856 Mary A., dau. 
Rev. Sam’l. and Mary ( ) White, b. 12-11-1838; d. 

3-24-1911; married (2) 4-26-1916 Mrs Frances J. Viot, sister of 
his first wife. 

Issue born in Toledo, O. 

3-15-1858 


1596a John Samuel 
b 


b 

b 

b 


d 12-28-1914 
d y unm 

d unm 


1271 Austin married 1-21-1843 Alzina Smith, b. 
d. 1-15-1892. 

Issue born in 

1597 Leonidas Lafayette b d 

1598 Florence Octavia b 1-17-1852 d 

m 2-27-1891 Geo. Palmer 

1599 Lawrence Llewellyn b 2-3-1854 d 

1600 Minnie Arabella b d 


unm 


unm 


1273 Adolphus married 3-13-1851 Eliz. Carr 
Issue born in McGrawville, N. Y. 


1601 

Emma J. b 

5-6-1853 

d 


m 1-1-1873 

Douglas D. 

Smith 


2 m 6-26-1888 

Cyrenus N. 

Rowe 

1602 

Charles F. b 

10-15-1859 

d 









RICHARD OF ANDOVER, MASS. 365 

1274 George Lafayette married 1-29-1856 Philomelia E., dau. 
Rev. Henry and Olive (Watkins) Cady. b. 6-11-1836; d. 

Issue born in 

1603 Edward Du Fay b 12 - 21-1862 d No issue 

m 11-16-1887 Hattie R. Alger 


1275 John King married 10-9-1846 Charity Hyde 

Issue born in Palmer, Mass. 

1604 George Franklin b 9-11-1849 d 


1276 George Franklin married 9-12-1854 Arvilla L. Me Clin- 
tock 

Issue born in Three Rivers and Palmer, Mass. 


1605 

Frank Adelbert 

b 

10-23-1855 

d 


1606 

Adella 

b 

1-11-1857 

d 

y unm 

1607 

son 

b 

1858 

d 

1858 unm 

1608 

Clara Jane 

b 

i860 

d 

y unm 

1609 

John King 

b 

12-19-1864 

d 


1610 

Louis Gilbert 

b 

5-6-1866 

d 


1611 

Herbert Austin 

b 

11-8-1872 

d 



1284 George Jerome married 2-4-1862 Lucena S. Allen, b. 
; d. 5-1-1887. 


Issue born in 


1612 

Anna Eliza 

b 

7-22-1868 

d 

1613 

Lucena Allen 

b 

4-21-1872 

d 

1614 

Frances Maria 

b 

8-27-1873 

d 


1287 William served in the Civil war in the U. S. Cavalry, 
later became a dentist. He married 1-1-1862 Jennie E. Mellows. 

Issue born in Springfield, Mass. 

1615 Beatrice Jane 12-16-1870 d 





366 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


1288 Wesley E. served in the Civil war and married 2-5-1864 
Mary, dau. John and Mary ( ) Murphy, b. 12-25-1843; 

d. 3-4-1926. 

Issue born in Springfield, Mass, and New York City. 


1616 Wesley E. b 

1617 Maria Josephine b 

m 

1618 Robert Sedgwick b 

1619 Frederick William b 


9-2-1871 d 

9-14-1873 d 

Henry E. Hall 
2-15-1878 d 

8-16-1887 d 


1289 Sherrod served in the Civil war and married 12-18-1869 
Catherine A. Medbury. 

Issue born in 

1620 Bertha Estelle b 7-8-1879 d 


1290 Delbert Leroy was in the artesian well business and 
married 4-19-1867 Eliz. J. Bright. 


Issue born 

1621 Roy Sedgwick b 

1622 Charlotte Nell b 

1623 Ellen Bright b 


in Providence, R. I. 

8-2-1870 d 

d y 
7-21-1879 d 


unm 


1295 Alva D. was a farmer and married 12-27-1870 Georgia 
M., dau. Wm. and Ruth W. ( ) Sanderson, b. 1851; 

d. 

Issue born in 


1624 

1625 

1626 

1627 


b 

b 

b 

b 


d 

d 

d 

d 


1308 James Herbert is a tire vulcanizer and a poultry raiser. 
He married 8-14-1883 Mary E., dau. Albert and Mary (Merrill) 
Pratt. 




RICHARD OF ANDOVER, MASS. 


367 


Issue born in Nashua, N. H. 

1 628 Franklin E. b 7-26-1884 d 

629 James Albert b 7-30-1888 d 

630 Frederick Andrew b 8-17-1891 d 


1313 Harry graduated cum laude 1904 from Univ. of Vermont 
electrical engineer, from 1907-17 an editor of Engineering 
lews and News Record, Capt. of Engineers, U. S. army during 
r orld’s war, author of many valuable treatise and technical 
irticles. He married 4-21-1909 Marion L., dau. Edward J. and 
ma (Thompson) Booth, b. 2-20-1887; d. 

Issue born in Montclair, N. J. 


1631 

Samuel Booth 

b 3 - 3 -I 9 I 2 

d 


(1632 

Ruth Elizabeth 

b 8-23-1914 

d 


1323 

Oscar P. married 3-21-1863 Nancy A. 

Root, b. 3-16- 

11840; 

d. 10-4-1911. 





Issue born in 



1633 

Oscar Henry 

b 

d 


1634 

Willis E. 

b 

d 


1635 

Grace 

b 

d 



m 

Chas. J. Smith 



1636 

Natalie 

b 

d 

y unm 

1637 

Robert Collyer 

b 

d 

No issue 


m 

Emma Kuss 



1638 

Bertha 

b 

d 

y unm 

1639 

Walter Clarence 

b 

d 


1325 Isaac owned a 

schooner and for many years ran from 

Maine to New London, 

Ct. He married 


Eliz. Dodge 


Issue born in New London, 

Ct. 


1640 

Edward 

b 

d 



1327 Walter was Capt. of the steamer Mohawk of the Vt. 
Cent. R. R., a freighter from New London, Ct. to New York City. 
He married 




3 68 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


Issue born in New London, Conn. 

1641 John b d 

1642 Walter b d 


1338 Franklin E. was clerk in a railroad office and then in a 
bank. He married 11-23-1875 Eliz. van Dusen. 

Issue born in 

1643 Frances Elizabeth b 10-19-1876 d 

m 6-26-1901 Frank B. Scaplen 

1644 Roy C. b 9-6-1881 d 

v j 

1346 Albert R. is a prominent lumber merchant, first learned 

the miller’s trade and followed it for 16 years, joined his father 
in 1879 at Delavan, Wis. organized the Barker Lumber Co., in 
1898 withdrew and formed the Barker Lumber & Fuel Co., becom¬ 
ing its President at Green Bay, Wis. He married 8-17-1873 
Abigail dau. & ( ) Wilson. 

Issue born in Nova Spring, Iowa and Delavan, Wis. 

1645 Gordon H. b 8-13-1877 d No issue 

m 8-31-1913 Blanche van Aernam 

1646 Elizabeth Grace b 12-19-1884 d No issue 

m 6-27-1906 Jefferson E. Heath 

1347 Gordon Eugene is a most successful lumber merchant 
and married 12-13-1881 Mina, dau. Nelson and Laura (Keeney) 
Fairchild, b. 5-25-1861; d. 9-3-1912. 

Issue born in Lake Geneva and Delavan, Wis. 

1647 Elma Belle b 7-23-1886 d 

m 4-10-1913 Arthur W. Johnson 

1648 Ruth Rogers b 1-6-1897 d 

m 4-12-1923 Dr. N. F. Crowe 


1351 Hiram Eustis in 1863 was made a partner in his father’s 
successful flour and starch business, his uncle Henry retired in 








RICHARD OF ANDOVER, MASS. 


369 


1888 and then his brother Elbra L. was admitted as a partner. 
He married 11-4-1863 Abbie A., dau. Moltram V. and Sarah 
(Dudley) Arnold, b. 5-13-1842; d. 

t 

Issue born in Newton, Mass. 


1649 

Walter Hiram b 

8-11-1866 

d 

1650 

Eustis Herbert b 

3-17-1871 

d 2-28-1890 unm 

1651 

Ida Arnold b 

7-4-1878 

d 


m 10-31-1899 

Geo. C. Ewing 



1357 Frank Raymond married 11-1-1882 May A. Leonard, b. 
2-8-1858; d. 

Issue born in 


1652 Henry Raymond b 

1653 Eleanor b 

1654 Margaret b 

1655 Samuel Leonard b 


1-9-1885 

10- 19-1886 

11- 20-1889 

12- 16-1892 


d 

d 8-1-1887 unm 

d 

d 


I 359 Charles Eugene married 2-13-1869 Susan E. Blaney 


Issue born in 


1656 

Mabel Frances b 

m 8-16-1891 

5-19-1871 d 

Erving B. Huntley 

1657 

Albert Thornton 

b 

2-3-1873 

d 

1658 

Charles Edwin 

b 

4-20-1875 

d 

1659 

Walter William 

b 

7-20-1877 

d 

1670 

Edith Marion 

b 

3-13-1882 

d 

1671 

Edith Irene 

b 

10 

00 

00 

hH 

1 

CO 

1 

1—1 

d 


8-6-1887 unm 


1362 Orrin Fletcher married 12-24-1883 Rosetta E. Kingman 

Issue born in 

1672 Everett Kingman b 12-17-1888 d y unm 


1368 Hary Ellsworth moved with his parents when young to 
Springfield, Ill. entering the art business, later going in business 
for himself and adding to the art trade, old books and Lincoln 






37o 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


relics, collecting also books that bear on Lincoln’s life and work. 
He married 11-3-1887 Eleanor, dan. Alex. H. and Mary E. 
(Fitzpatrick) Foster. 

Issue born in Springfield, Ill. 

1673 Marie Eleanor b 3-18-1890 d 

m 9-10-1912 Albert L. Spellmeyer 


1371 Edward Devol was of a roving disposition, trying farm¬ 
ing, printing, travel and in 1904 became a member of the proof 
reading staff of the Chicago Tribune. He married 10-16-1898 
Anna Purcell 

Issue born in Chicago, Ill. 


1674 

1675 

1676 

1677 


Alice Purcell b 11-21-1899 d 

m 8-26-1920 Rissell Moffitt 
Majorie Anna b 12-29-1911 d 

Holly b 7-10-1917 d 

Mary Byram b 8-2-1921 d 


1374 Frank married 

Issue born in 

1678 John James b d 

1679 b d 

1680 b d 


1380 Albert Augustus went in i860, to Bennington, N. H. 
and in 1865 to Worcester, Mass, where he entered an architects 
office, in 1879 went in business for himself with W. B. Norris as 
firm of Barker & Norris, then in 1904 continuing alone, he became 
a famous architect and also instructed in the evening drawing 
schools in Worcester, was Supervisor of drawing in the Worcester 
Mechanics Asso. He married 10-24-1877 Eacyetta, dau. Geo. 
and Rebecca (Mac Gerigle) Boyd. 

Issue born in Worcester, Mass. 

1681 Everett Newton b 6-4-1881 d 

1682 Robert Stuart b 4-3-1884 d 






RICHARD OF ANDOVER, MASS. 


371 


1385 Dr. Herbert Luther, having received the State scholar¬ 
ship went in 1886 to Cornell Univ., graduated 1890 B. P. thence 
ko Columbia Medical and graduated in 1893, began practice in 
New York City in 1894, moving the next year to Woodside, N. Y. 
[where he has a successful practice and is Division Surgeon for the 
Long Island R. R. He married 11-29-1893 Luella, dau. Timothy 
and Eliz. (Muldoon) Herrick, b. 8-26-1864; d. 11-8-1924; mar¬ 
ried (2) 11-18-1925 Agnes, dau. Timothy and Mary (Sweeney) 
Me Carthy. 

Issue born in Woodside, N. Y. 

1683 Robert Herrick b 3-8-1898 d 

1387 Fred Martin is a prosperous farmer and married 10-20- 
1898 Grace E. Barnes 

Issue born in Staatsburg, N. Y. 

1684 Clifford van Keuren b 8-19-1899 d 


1389 Allen F. is a successful carpenter and married 11-17- 
1886 Emma J. dau. Lorenzo P. and Lydia (Tinker) Duncklee. 
b. 4-2-1867; d. 

Issue born in Nashua, N. H. 


1685 Edna 

1686 Walter Lorenzo 

1687 Ruth 

1688 Forest Allen 

1689 Hermon Eugene 

1690 Robert Duncklee 


b 1-16-1888 d 
b 4-12-1891 d 
b 2-19-1893 d 
b 9-14-1895 d 

b 7 - 5-1897 d 
b 2-12-1902 d 


1392 Eugene Leroy is a mechanic and foreman in a Nashua 
machine shop. He married 5-18-1892 Jennie M., dau. Albert L. 
and Mary A. (Duncklee) Ellis, b. 2-19-1869; d. 

Issue born in Nashua and Hudson, N. H. 

1691 Raymond Ellis b 3-19-1893 d 

1692 Edward Alvin b 10-16-1895 d 

1693 Edith May b 10-31-1900 d 






372 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


1401 Guy Forest graduated from high school in 1887, then 
was 8 years in the Treas. office of the Vermont R. R., about 1900 
bought out a grocery and crockery business, now has a successful! 
meat and grocery business. He married 9-9-1890 Lillian F., dau., 
Henry A. and Sarah (Beers) Lyon. b. 8-15-1868; d. 


Issue born in St Albans, Vt. 


1694 Jessie Gertrude 

1695 John De Forest 

1696 Robert Lyon 

1697 Mary Alice 


b 6-5-1894 
b 3-25-1897 
b 10-19-1900 
b 3-21-1906 


d 

d 

d 

d 




1402 Preston C. sold the homestead after his father’s death, 
going to Canton, Me. where he ran a grist mill and store, thence 
to E. Harbor, Me. thence to Lewiston, Me. He married 3-30- 
1882 Lucy A. Sampson, b. 1-16-1864; d. 

Issue born in 

1698 Mary b 11-17-1887 d 

1699 Albert b 5-26-1890 d 

1700 Leon b 12-8-1899 d 


1405 Albert C. is Supt. of Schools in Palo Alto, Cal., he was 
educated in public school in Maine and Wesleyan Sem., for 3 
years was Principal at Mays Landing, N. J., 3 years in Austin 
Nev., in 1912 was Supt. of schools in Oakland, Cal. He married 
6-4-1900 Nettie E., dau. John B. and ( ) Hindry. 

Issue born in Eureka and Oakland, Cal. 

1701 Richard Hindry b 8-8-1902 d 

1702 Horace Albert b 11-29-1907 d 


1409 Frank A. married 3-6-1885 Alice F., dau. Levi H. and 
Sybil F. (Howard) Holt. b. 2-20-1863; d. 

Issue born in Wilton and Milford, N. H. 

1703 Edith Alice b 10-16-1886 d 

m 7-29-1924 I. A. Seavey 








RICHARD OF ANDOVER, MASS. 


373 


1704 

1705 


Bernice Theresa b 
m 7=6-1911 
Leon Frank b 


10-1-1888 d 

C. W. Seavey 
3-28-1891 d 


'i 


1410 Allen married 4-29-1891 Carrie B. Richardson, b. 9-15- 
1867; d. 

Issue born in 

1706 Philip Nathan b 2-29-1900 d 9-29-1918 unm 


1411 Herbert T. married 5-29-1899 Mary F. Bailey, b. 4-13- 
1869; d. 

Issue born in Pawtucket, R. I. 

1707 Aimie b 6-6-1900 d 


1412 Willis D. is a farmer and married 10-26-1890 Carrie 
Lash, b. 6-4-1808; d. ; married (2) 4-10-1904 Edwina 

G. Edwards, b. 4-16-1886; d. 1-5-1907. 

Issue born in Temple and Peterboro, N. H. 

1708 Florence b 3-10-1892 d 

1709 George b 3-19-1905 d 

1710 Theodore W. b 12-29-1906 d 


1413 Dana Nash married 10-5-1912 Alice, dau. Fulgence and 
Marie (Debats) Gietzen. b. 11-8-1888; d. 7-31-1924; married 
(2) 6-24-1925 Julia M. dau. Frederick and Marie (Hege) 
Bischoff. b. 6-26-1891; d. 

Issue born in Winchendon and Boston, Mass. 

1711 Dana jr. b 8-23-1915 d 

1712 Adrion J. b 8-12-1921 d 


1415 Willis Eugene is a farmer and married 4-4-1884 Lenora 
M., dau. Myron T. and Annie J. (Reynolds) Griffin, b. 6-25- 
1865; d. 








374 

BARKER GENEALOGY 



Issue born in Lorain, O. 


1713 

Gladys Pearl b 

4-4-1886 d 



m 3-11-1909 

Geo. Williams 


1714 

Cora Altha b 

7-19-1888 d 



m 6-1-1915 

S. Sidney Lee 


1715 

Willis Eugene b 

1-1-1893 d 

3-14-1894 

1412 

> George Irving married 1-20-1897 Julia Hajek, b. 

1 878; 

d. 




Issue born in Cleveland, O. 


1716 

De Vere Louise b 

11-26-1897 d 

3-21-1926 


m 1-2-1918 

Forest Baster 



2 m 9-27-1924 

Lucas Hess 


1717 

Le Roy Irving b 

1-19-1900 d 


1718 

Earl Jacob b 

7-4-1903 d 


1719 

Arthur Lewis b 

12-23-1907 d 


1425 

Charles married 

Mamie Murray 


Issue born in 


1720 

Ellis b 

d 


1721 

Murray b 

d 


1722 

Gilbert b 

d 


1723 

Fred b 

d 


1426 

Edgar married 

Etta Beller 



Issue born in 


1724 

Mildred b 

d 


1725 

Ethelin b 

d 


1428 

John married 

Milly Childs 



Issue born in 


1726 Maud 

1727 Nathaniel 


b 

b 


d 

d 




RICHARD OF ANDOVER, MASS. 


375 


1436 David Franklin married 9-12-1910 Edna Oder 


Issue born in 

1728 Donald R. b d 


1438 Robert Monroe married 

; d. ; married (2) 


Emma Callwell, b. 
Ida Snow 


Issue born in 


1729 Ellen M. b d 

1730 Waneta b d 

1731 Geraldine b d 

1732 Robert jr. b d 


1440b Ralph Malcom is a leading citizen of Carrolton, Ky., 
in 1898 he secured a franchise and built telephone lines from 
Carrolton to all adjacent towns, sold out in 1903 and built a 
canning factory, is Pres, of the R. M. Barker Tobacco Co., is 
owner of the beautiful Richlawn Farm and a successful breeder 
of Holstein cattle and Duroc Jersey swine. Was Mayor of 
Carrollton four years and married Nellie G., dau. E. E. 

and Kate (Gill) Long b. ; d. ; married (2) 

4-15-1920 Margaret V. Evans. 

Issue born in Carrollton, Ky. 

1732a Myron Irving b 6-19-1901 d 


1445 Henry Francis married 9-18-1907 Charlotte McMullen, 
b. 12-29-1887; d. 

Issue born in Vienna, Va. 

1733 Kenneth Marion b 12-20-1909 d 

1734 Donald Le Roy b 4-15-1911 d 


1454 Robert married 1-23-1910 Minnie M., dau. Nathaniel and 
Nannie O. (Smith) Roberts, b. 2-14-1890; d. 






376 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


Issue born in Mulberry, Fla. 

1735 Robert Augustus b 4-6-1913 d 

1736 Earl Heckman b 11-11-1914 d 


1457 William Shurtleff married 4-21-1908 Adele L., dau. Dr. 
Geo. and Martha A. (Loeser) Gleim. b. 12-20-1878; d. 

Issue born in Orange and Montclair, N. J. 

1737 William Shurtleff b 1—7-1909 d 

1738 George Gleim b 4-3-1910 d 

1739 Richard Gleim b 11-20-1913 d 

1740 Robert Scott b 1-27-1919 d 


1458 Henry Shurtleff attended Friends School in Philadelphia, 
then did job printing in Lansdowne, Pa. until 1902, moving then 
to Philadelphia, Pa., in 1912 gave up printing, returned to Lans¬ 
downe and took up real estate. He married 9-12-1901 Anna P., 
dau. Abram G. and Sarah (Williamson) Powell, b. 10-26-1878; 
d. 

Issue born in Lansdowne, Pa. 


1741 Henry Shurtleff b 10-4-1902 d 

1742 Margaret Powell b 11-12-1905 d 1-2-1916 unm 


1459 Albert Winslow married 4-20-1904 Agnes McMakin, b. 
9-24-1872; d. 3-22-1907; married (2) 5-27-1910 Anna E. Roberts. 

Issue born in Middletown, Pa. 

1743 Agnes Susan b 3-20-1907 d 

1744 Elizabeth Roberts b 4-13-1911 d 


1460 Harold Charles married 9-9-1903 Zoe G. Gaff, b. 8-13- 
1876; d. 


Issue born in Collingdale and Philadelphia, Pa. 


1745 b 8-22-1904 

1746 Richard Hallstram b 3-11-1906 

1747 Constance G. b 3-12-1908 

1748 Donald Winslow b 1-4-1911 


d 8-22-1904 unm 
d 
d 
d 


RICHARD OF ANDOVER, MASS. 


377 


1461 Edwin Hamilton married 6-10-1913 Isabella V., dau. 
Joseph F. and Marion (Valdespino) Swope, b. 5-18-1889; d. 

Issue born in Middletown, Pa. 

1749 Ruth Marion b 1-8-1920 d 


1462 George Wallace is a member of the firm of Wm. S. 
Simpson, inc. wholesale dealers in Masons and Contractors sup¬ 
plies in Boston, Mass. He married 8-24-1898 Louise S., dau. 
Lemuel and Lucretia (Dunton) Rice. b. 8-20-1875; d. 10-9- 
1906; married (2) 4-14-1909 Emma E., dau. Thos. and Emma 
(Hovey) Shapleigh. b. 1-15-1877; d. 

Issue born in Bridgewater and Needham, Mass. 

1750 Marion Louise b 8-8-1901 d 

1751 George Rice b 7-3-1906 d 

1463 Henry Howard is an expert shoe worker in Brockton, 
Mass. He married 12-27-1899 Anna B., dau. Wm. and Augusta 
{Benger) Abitz. b. 2-6-1879; d. 

Issue born in Bridgewater, Mass. 

1752 Elmer Merton b 10-18-1901 d 2-1-1907 unm 

1753 Marjorie b 3-31-1907 d 


NINTH GENERATION 

1492 James Wilson is a farmer and married 6-27-1906 Marie 
E., dau. Wm. and Luretta A. (Merrill) Fairbanks. 


Issue born in Farmington, Me. 

1754 Leila L. b 4-1-1907 d 

1755 Miriam b 4-26-1910 d 



37^ 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


1496 Stillman F. is a farmer, Selectman of Fryeburg, Me. and 

married 6-17-1908 Eliz. M., dau. Ira and Lilia M. (Eastman) 
Heald. 

Issue born in Fryeburg, Me. 

1756 Daphna M. b 7-1-1909 d 

1757 Marion O. b 10-27-1914 d 

1758 Frances Heald b 1-15-1922 d 


1499 Walter D. served in the World’s war, is a prosperous 
farmer. He married 3-12-1920 Lela, dau. Arthur and Eliz. J. 
(Moody) Shirley. 

Issue born in Farmington, Me. 

1 7 5 9 J ane F- b 1-31-1922 d 

1760 Mary Elizabeth b 12-20-1925 d 

1504 Justin Starr married 7-6-1892 Edna L. Straw, b. 8-10- 
1870; d. 

Issue born in 

1761 Aretus Osmond b 8-21-1894 d 

1762 Dorothy b 7-3-1900 d 

1505 Edward W. and his entire family perished in the Johns¬ 
town flood of 1889. He married 10-20-1885 Susan Baker, b. 

; d. 5-31-1889. 


Issue born in Johnstown, Pa. 

1763 Clara b 9-16-1886 d 5-31-1889 unm 

1764 b 4-10-1889 d 5-31-1889 unm 

1506 Roland M. married 4-15-1883 Emma K. Robinson, b. 
9-6-1864; d. 

Issue born in Philadelphia and Johnstown, Pa. 

1765 May E. b 8-24-1884 d 

m 12-15-1904 James S. Callio 

1766 L. Myrtle b 1-31-1886 d 

m 8-5-1908 Elmer C. Meyer 

1767 Albert F. b 6-11-1888 d 






RICHARD OF ANDOVER, MASS. 


379 


1519 Lt. Fred D. practised law with his father in Ebensburg, 
Pa., leaving in 1918 to serve in the World’s war with the Red 
Cross, was commissioned 1st. Lt. and assigned to advanced field 
service in the Toul Sector. Was killed near Apremont, France, 
while helping bury the American dead. He married 10-12-1898 
Mary C. Griffith. 

Issue born in Ebensburg, Pa. 

1768 Frederick Vinton b 7-17-1899 d 

Now Lt. U.S.N. and Senior officer in charge of Naval 
Radio stations in Porto Rico and Virgin Islands. 

1769 Barbara b 9-6-1901 d 1-22-1921 unm 

1770 William Griffith b 12-22-1902 d 


1527 John Ephraim married 9-18-1882 Maryetta, dau. Geo. E. 
and Sarah S. (Martin) Temple. 

Issue born in Marlborough, Mass. 

1771 Grace Fay b 9-21-1889 d 


1532 Frederic William attended Hobart College and became 
one of the most prominent bankers of New York State, is still 
President of the Syracuse Savings Bank. He married 1-3-1872 
Adelaide M., dau. Finley McM. and Frances E. (Clarke) King, 
b. 6-30-1851; d. 12-21-1919. 


Issue born in Syracuse, N. Y. 

1772 John William b 12-25-1872 d 5-14-1924 

No issue 

m Mathilde Freage 

He graduated from West Point 1894 served during the 
Spanish war in 1911 in the Philippines, and the World’s 
war on Gen. John Pershing’s staff. Received the Croix 
de Guerre. 


1773 

Robert M. 
m 

b 

6-1874 

Alice Spenello 

d 

No issue 

1774 

Edward T. 

b 

12- -1875 

d 

1884 unm 

1775 

Harold 

b 

1882 

d 

1882 unm 

1776 

Frederick W. jr. 

b 

1889 

d 





38 ° 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


i 536 John Guy married 11-3-1885 Nellie, dau. Geo. and Lucy 
L. (Hutchinson) Goodrich, b. 11-20-1862; d. 


1777 

1778 

1779 

1780 


Issue born in Syracuse, 


Guy Goodrich b 

Jefferson L. b 

Marion b 

m 12-29-1919 
Gertrude b 


10- 15-1886 
6-15-1889 

5-7-1891 
Sears Hoyt 

11- 16-1892 


N. Y. 

d 

d 

d 

d 


7-29-1912 unm 


1545 Frank Williams married 6-10-1879 Nettie J. Frederick, 
b. ; d. ; married (2) 9-22-1885 Mary E., 

dau. Wm. W. and Mahala J. (Downs) Temple, b. 5-17-1868; d. 

Issue born in Kendall, Mich. 

1781 Elizabeth b d 

1782 Florence b d 


1547 Harry Munger married 12-20-1883 Mary C., dau. Austin 
E. and Emeline (Hatch) Munger. b. 3-7-1864; d. 


Issue born in Syracuse, N. Y. 


1783 Mary C. 

b d y 

unm 

1784 Jerome J. 

b d y 

unm 

1785 Henry H. 

b d 

unm 

1551 Samuel 

Chester was a farmer and married 

1890 

Martha B. Smith. 

Issue born in Neb. 


1786 Arthur 

b 11-6-1892 d 


1787 Celia B. 

b 4-8-1895 d 


m 

Chas. A. Briggs 


1554 Cephas Horace is inspector for a railroad co. 

He mar- 

ried 11-2-1904 Nancy Tramell. 

% 


Issue born in Wy. 


1788 

b d 


1789 

b d 



RICHARD OF ANDOVER, MASS. 


381 


1558 Edson Cicero was a farmer and married 
Nellie M. Wells, b. ; d. 3-19-1879; married (2) 5-17- 

1882 Emeline A. Hardy. 

Issue born in 

1790 Leah May b d 

1791 Martha Maria b d 

1792 George Edson b d 


1559 John Frederick married 4-20-1882 Mary E. Weller 

Issue born in 

1793 Jessie Weller b 1883 d 

1794 Ruth Esther b d 


1560 Frank Herbert married 11-26-1879 Libbie M. Spaulding. 

Issue born in 

1795 Effie Belle b d 


1587 Horace Pliny married 10-28-1893 Phebe A., dau. Solo¬ 
mon and Nancy (Bartlett) Phelps, b. 9-20-1865; d. 4-21-1923. 

Issue born in Northampton, Mass. 

1796 Ruth Harrison b 5-22-1896 d 


1592 Nathan jr. was a butcher and married 2-2-1867 Emily C. 
Jameson, b. ; d. 3-5-1874; married (2) 7-1-1875 

Eunice W., dau. Robt. W. and Lois (Hamlin) Stuart, b. 11-19- 
1848; d. 

Issue born in Weston, Mass. 


1797 

1798 

1799 

1800 

1801 

1802 


Ida Ethel b 

Mabel Edith b 
Frederick Nathan b 
William Nathan b 
Elizabeth Lois b 
m 4-15-1896 
Charles Robert b 


6- 19-1868 d 

2-3-1870 d 

6-6-1872 d 

2-21-1874 d 

7- 26-1876 d 

Thos. W. Scott 

6-1-1880 d 


3-23-1881 unm 
3-23-1881 unm 

2- 11-1873 unm 

3- 26-1881 unm 




382 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


1593 Amri was a farmer and married Clara Green, 

b. 11-24-1843; d. 7-10-1907; married (2) Mathilda 

Boxton. 

Issue born in Weston, Mass. 

1803 Edward A. b 11-30-1873 d 11-15-1891 unm 

1804 Frank E. b d 


1596a John Samuel was educated at Racine College, Wis. and 
married 10-21-1886 Helen D., dau. Nelson and Ann E. (Davis) 
Sanford, b. 11-10-1863; d. 

Issue born in Toledo, O. 

1804a Helen Elisa b 4-21-1888 d 

m 4-6-1926 Thos. L. Ferenbaugh 
b John Calvin b 8-31-1889 d 


1616 Wesley E. jr. is in the real estate business in Canada. 
He married 12-23-1903 Christine McK., dau. John and Christine 
(McKay) Ross. 

Issue born in Toronto, Can. 

1805 Mary Ross b 1-8-1905 d 


1621 Robert Sedgwick married 9-4-1902 Ida M., dau. Louis 
and Annie (Condron) Pressett. 


Issue born in New York City. 


1806 Robert Sedgwick b 

1807 Wesley Edward b 

1808 Evelyn May b 


7-21-1903 

6-28-1904 

1-3-1910 


d 

d 

d 1-14-1910 unm 


1628 Franklin E. is a machinist and married 1-9-1917 C. 
Freda, dau. Edward and Mary S. (Murdock) Cassidy, b. 8-30- 
1891; d. 

Issue born in Andover, Mass. 

1809 Mary Florence b 1-11-1919 d 

1810 Barbara Ruth b 3-30-1924 d 





RICHARD OF ANDOVER, MASS. 


383 


1634 Willias E. married Grace Hitchcock. 

Issue born in 

1811 Charles b d 

1812 Gorden b d 


1644 Roy C. is a clerk in the New London Postoffice. He 
married 4-12-1911 Belle Hutchinson, b. 10-25-1883; d. 


Issue born in New London, Conn. 


1813 

Robert Franklin 

b 

3-6-1913 

d 

1913 unm 

1814 

Roy Cornell jr. 

b 

6^-22-1914 

d 

1815 

Mary Elizabeth 

b 

10-27-1920 

d 



1649 Walter Hiram upon the death of his grandfather in 1893 
was admitted to the flour and starch business with his father and 
uncle. He married 10-28-1981 Eliz. P. Coppins. 

Issue born in Newton, Mass. 

1816 Arnold Coppins b 10-23-1901 d 


1695 Lt. John De Forest left the Norwich Univ. to enter the 
U. S. army when troops were called for the Mexican trouble, he 
elected aviation and was on the way to France when the Armistice 
was signed 1917, served 3 years on the Canal Zone, now in Avia¬ 
tion Chiefs office in Washington, D. C. He married 12-6-1922 
Lula Z., dau. Richard and Lula E. (Gallaher) Wupperman. 

Issue born in Washington, D. C. 

1817 John De Forest b 5-26-1926 d 


1699 Albert married 3-30-1914 Josephine Eastman, b. 3-30- 
1896; d. 

Issue born in 

b 4-26-1918 
b 2-10-1920 


1818 Velzora 

1819 Effie 


d 

d 






3 8 4 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


1700 

d. 


Leon married 11-12-1919 Gladys Young. 


Issue born in 


b. 4-19-1902; 


1820 Leona b 2-18-1921 d 

1821 Leota b 3-18-1924 d 


TENTH GENERATION 


1767 Albert F. married 1-5-1911 E. 
1890; d. 


1822 Vivian E. 

1823 Albert F. 

1824 Eugene F. 


Issue born in 

b 10-25-1911 
b 5-15-1915 
b 12-28-1917 


Pearl Davis, b. 4-23 


d 

d 

d 


1776 Frederick W. jr. has been in the chemist business and 
now banking. He married 1914 Mildred Teff. 

Issue born in 

1825 Edward Teff b 3-11-1915 d 


1778 Jefferson L. married 6-12-1917 Marguarite G. Stroth. 

Issue born in Syracuse, N. Y. 

1826 John W. b 3-2-1919 d 

1827 Virginia b 12-14-1926 d 


1802 Charles Robert is a successful business man and married 
6-20-1906 Florence M., dau. Ralph and Ellen M. (Hoar) 
Seaverns. b. 2-13-1879; d. 

Issue born in Weston, Mass. 

1828 Lois Seaverns b 4-26-1907 d 

m 1-11-1925 Stephen L. Colpitts 

1829 Eleanor Louise b 2-16-1909 d 






RICHARD OF ANDOVER, MASS. 


385 


1830 Charles Robert jr. b 6-24-1912 d 

1831 Elizabeth F. b 9-11-1916 d 

1832 Lucille Fuller b 11-15-1920 d 


1804 Frank E. married 6-25-1902 Sophia, dau. Daniel and 
Eliz. A. ( ) Munn. 

Issue born in Weston, Mass. 

1833 Clara Elizabeth b 12-19-1902 d 

1834 Edgar Frank b 3-27-1904 d 

1835 Pearl Iola b 6-30-1905 d 


1804b John Calvin was educated at Cornell Univ. and served 
in the World’s war. in Oct. 1918 was 1st Lieut., was decorated 
by Petain with the Croix de Guerre, resigned from the Army 5-10- 
1919. He married 10-1-1921 Mary O. dau. Edwin A. and Mary 
(Osborn) Dawson, b. 9-23-1892; d. 

Issue born in Cleveland, O. 

1836 John Calvin jr. b 7-24-1922 d 

1837 Ann Osborn b 8-20-1923 d 



* 


JAMES OF ROWLEY, MASS. 



■t 



JAMES OF ROWLEY, MASS. 

James Barker and his wife Grace and their son Barzillai were, 
with his brother Thomas and wife Mary, among those twenty 
Puritan families who came from England under the leadership of 
Rev. Ezekel Rogers and who were described by him as “Godly 
men and most of them of good estate.” They arrived at Salem, 
Mass. December 1638. The following April, having joined some 
forty others, they bought land adjacent to Newbury and Ipswich, 
Mass, and established the town of Rowley, named after the parish 
which had been in charge of the Rev. E. Rogers in Yorkshire, 
England. The act of incorporation was dated 9-4-1640 and the 
settlers labored in Common for about five years. 

Thomas was made freeman 5-13-1640 and died without issue 
11-11-1650. James, according to his will was “born at Stragewell, 
in Low Suffolk in Old England” in 1618. He was made freeman 
10-7-1640 and was one of the first twenty on the tax list in 1639. 
He shared in the first and later divisions of land in Rowley and 
had an acre and a half house lot in 1643. A tailor by trade, also 
a successful farmer and active in town affairs. He was for sev¬ 
eral years a Judge of delinquents under the law which fixed those 
who refused to attend when summoned to town meeting, he also 
served frequently as juryman. In Nov. 1677 was one of the first 
tything-men selected by the town. 

His first wife Grace, whom he married in England, 1-25-1635, 
died and was buried in Rowley 2-27-1665. He married (2) 5-22- 
1666 Mary, widow of John Wyatte, b. ; d. 4-12-1684. 

James Barker died 9-5-1678. 

Issue born in England and Rowley, Mass. 


2 

Barzillai 

b 

1635 

d 

11-16-1694 

3 

James 

b 

1641 

d 

x-31-1723 

4 

Eunice 

b 

6-2-1642 

d 

5-5-1645 unm 

5 

Nathaniel 

b 

10-15-1644 

d 

11-10-1722 

6 

Eunice 

m 

b 

2-11-1646 
John Watson 

d 


7 

Henry 

b 

4-1-1650 
James Canadie 

d 

12-12-1653 unm 

8 

Grace 

m 

b 

11-3-1680 

d 

2-19-1724 

9 

Tamar 

b 

12-13-1652 

d 

12-15-1652 unm 

10 

Stephen 

b 

9-10-1653 

d 

12-12-1653 unm 




390 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


SECOND GENERATION 


2 Barzillai was a planter and resided in Topsfield, Mass, from 
1663-66, then returned to Rowley. Was an active churchman and 
with 33 others formally protested against the settling of Jeremiah 
Shepard as preacher in 1674, because he had not been regularly 
ordained. He married 12-5-1666 Anna, dau. Maximillian and 
Ann ( ) Jewett, b. 2-26-1644; d. 5-12-1727. 


Issue born in Rowley, Mass. 


II 

Jonathan 

b 

11-5-1667 

d 

12 

Ebenezer 

b 

12-16-1669 

d 

13 

Hannah 

b 

1-5-1671 

d 

m 

6-30-1693 

Joseph Johnson 

14 

Lydia 

b 

5 - i 3- i 674 

d 

15 

Ezra 

b 

I-I-I676 

d 

l6 

Esther 

b 

5-21-1679 

d 

1 7 

Ruth 

b 

II-I-l68l 

d 

18 

Enoch 

m 

b 

10-20-1709 

10-21-1684 
Bridget Cate 

d 

19 

Bethiah 

b 

3-1-1687 

d 

20 

Noah 

b 

8-22-1688 

d 


5-27-1689 unm 
4-10-1711 unm 


12-9-1675 unm 
11-6-1697 unm 


No issue 

7-16-1688 unm 
1-3-1749 


3 James left Rowley in 1676 and bought fifty acres in Suffield, 
Mass, then a border town on the Connecticut boundary, also “Stony 
Brook”, Hampshire Co. County law gave the privilege and 
liberty of voting in all town affairs to James Barker. He was 
chosen constable of Suffield 1683-4 and removed to Springfield, 
Mass, in 1686. He married 5-10-1667, Mary, dau. Wm. and 
Elizabeth ( ) Stickney; b. 1637; d. 

Married (2) 1-5-1673 Mercy, dau. Gryffyth and Sarah (Har¬ 
mons) Johns, b. 5-4-1647; d. 4-27-1717. 


21 Mary 

1 

22 Sarah 

23 Joseph 

24 Samuel 

25 Oliver 

26 Abiel 


Issue born in Suffield, Mass. 


bp 5-31-1668 d 
7-19-1701 Capt. Benj. Wright 


bp 2-4-1671 
b 11-7-1676 
b 4-15-1679 
b 3-20-1681 
b 5-14-1686 


d 10-27-1723 

d 4-5-1738 

d 8-12-1750 
d 3-22-172- 
d 11-10-1692 unm 





JAMES OF ROWLEY, MASS. 


391 


5 Nathaniel was a husbandman and very thrifty. He married 
Mary b. ; d. 5-12-1727. 


Issue born in Rowley, Mass. 


27 Elizabeth b 



m 

2-18-1702 

28 

Nathan 

b 

29 

Jacob 

b 

30 

Mary 

b 


m 

11-25-1707 

31 

Joanna 

bp 


m 

8-6-iyi2 

32 

Marcy 

b 


m 

7-9-1707 

33 

James 

b 

34 

Nathaniel 

b 


5-5-1672 d 11-21-1722 
Joseph Brocklebank 


8-16-1674 d 

1-14-1676 d 

7- 11-1679 d 

Joseph Scott 
11-20-1681 d 

Joseph Dresser 

8- 29-1684 d 

William Gage 
10-14-1686 d 

6-6-1692 d 


11-24-1752 unm 
1-27-1726 
6-22-1763 

1724 

10-10-1775 

3-16-1764 


THIRD GENERATION 

20 Noah was a weaver and a saddler, also a prosperous farmer. 
In 1718, he moved to Stratham, N. H. where he was constable in 
1737; selectman in 1735-36-38-42-43-44-45; one of the original 
proprieters of the township of Bow under royal patent. In 1742 
he helped establish a new church. At death, he owned lands in 
Stratham, Epping, Bow, Exeter, and a fulling mill in Little River. 
His mother on 4-29-1712, deeded to him all her real estate in 
consideration of life support. He married 5-28-1715 Martha, dau. 
Peter and Mary (Bondfield) Figgott. b. 8-23-1696; d. 12-18- 
1772. 


Issue born in Ipswich, Mass, and Stratham, N. H. 


35 

Ebenezer 

b 

/ — 

5-4-1716 

d 

7 * - 

1784 

36 

Susannah 

b 

10-29-1717 

d 


37 

John 

b 

5-14-1720 

d 

1800 

38 

Ezra 

b 

7-20-1722 

d 

3-29-1802 

39 

Elizabeth 

m 

b 

3-7-1744 

11-10-1724 
Wm. Haines 

d 


40 

Josiah 

b 

2-30-1727 

d 

1808 

4 i 

Benjamin 

b 

11-3-1729 

d 

8-14-1801 

42 

Ruth 

m 

b 

Noah Wiggin 

d 

10-11-1747 

43 

Nathaniel 

b 

2-18-1732 

d 

y unm 


39 2 BARKER GENEALOGY 


44 

Ephraim 

b 4-30-1734 d 9-29-1800 

45 

Nathan 

b 2-7-1741 d 2-11-1820 


23 Joseph was 

a farmer and married 3- 

11-1713 Elizabeth Lee 



Issue born in 



46 

Elkanah 

b 

11-22-1715 

d 

12-9-1715 unm 

47 

Elizabeth 

b 

10-12-1716 

d 

6-25-1719 unm 

48 

Joseph 

b 

11-22-1718 

d 


49 

Elizabeth 

b 

4-21-1721 

d 


50 

James 

b 

11-12-1723 

d 


5 i 

Sarah 

b 

4-4-1725 

d 


52 

Oliver 

b 

9-19-1728 

d 

y unm 

53 

Oliver 

b 

9-12-1730 

d 


54 

Mary 

b 

4-22-1734 

d 

6-21-1779 


m 1- 

- 13-1757 

Benj. Bar tell 

jr. 



25 Oliver 

was a planter and married 9-9-17x0 Mary, dau. John 

and Mary ( 

) Millet 

b. 

; d. 6-13-1714, mar- 

ried (2) 7-17 

-1718 Mary, dau. Samuel and Mary R. (Leonard) 

Bedurtha. b. 

6-3-1694; d. 




Issue born in Springfield, 

Mass. 

55 Mary 

b 

3-22-1712 

d 6-18-1726 unm 

56 Eldad 

b 

4-26-1714 

d 

57 Jemina 

b 

6-18-1720 

d 

58 Ezra 

b 

5-19-1722 

d 9-19-1801 

59 Abigail 

b 

3-22-1724 

d 

60 Thomas 

b 

11-10-1725 

d 


29 Jacob was a husbandman and married 12-30-1701 Margaret, 
dau. Thos. and Margaret (Hidden) Tenney, b. 11-12-1681; d. 
4-26-1742. 

Issue born in Rowley, Mass. 


61 

Patience 

b 

12-23-1702 

d 

1-24-1703 

unm 

62 

Margaret 

b 

3-15-1705 

d 

1-9-1725 

unm 

63 

Mercy 

b 

7-3-1707 

d 




m 

3-18-1731 

Timothy Shepard 



64 

Elizabeth 

b 

3-12-1709 

d 

8-20-1725 

unm 

65 

Hannah 

b 

3-28-1711 

d 

3-8-1738 




JAMES OF ROWLEY, MASS. 

393 

66 Jacob 

b 

3-1-1713 

d 


67 Thomas 

b 

5 -I 5 -I 7 I 5 

d 

6-5-1727 unm 

68 Joseph 

b 

4-11-1717 

d 


69 Nathaniel 

b 

2-8-1719 

d 

y unm 

70 Mary 

b 

1-25-1721 

d 

1721 unm 

71 Mary 

b 

1722 

d 

10-6-1737 

33 James was a cordwainer and married 

5-7-1711 Sarah 

Wicom, b. 

; d. 

1750; married (2) 4-10-1753 Mrs 

Mary Jewett, dau. Thos. and Mary ( 

) Gage. b. 

1695; d. 10-10- 

1764. 





Issue born 

in Rowley, Mass. 


72 James 

b 

4-21-1712 

d 

3-27-1802 

73 Sarah 

b 

9-11-1713 

d 


m 

5-20-1735 

Moses Kesar 



74 Elizabeth 

b 

2-5-1716 

d 


m 

12-2-1762 

Daniel Dresser 



75 Daniel 

b 

5-4-1718 

d 


76 Jonathan 

b 

4-16-1720 

d 



34 Nathaniel was a house wright and lived in Rowley and 
Windham, Conn. He married Mary 

Issue born in 

77 Mary b d 

m Ezekiel Smith 


FOURTH GENERATION 

35 Ebenezer was a successful farmer and chosen moderator 


1776 for Stratham, N. H. 

He married 

1741 Mary, dau. 

Simeon and ( 

) Rundlett. 

b. 1721; d. 9-14- 

1791 - 

Issue born 

in Stratham, 

N. H. 

78 Nathaniel b 

1742 

d 

79 Noah b 

1743 

d 

80 Sarah b 

1748 

d 11-13-1798 

m 1766 

Elisha Piper 


394 


BARKER GENEALOGY 

81 

Dau. 

b 

d 


m 


Wiggin 

82 

Dau. 

b 

d 


m 


Berry 

83 

Ebenezer 

b 

8-21-1758 d 

84 

Hannah 

b 

d 


m 


Thos. A. Johnson 

8S 

Simeon 

b 

1768 d 


37 John settled in Epping, N. H. and married 

Issue born in 

86 John b 1762 d 


1812 


1830 


38 Ezra was a member from Stratham, N. H. of the 3rd 
Provincial Congress at Exeter 4-21-1775 later he moved to San- 
bomton, N. H. He married Anna, dau. Ensign Joseph 

and Anna (Wiggin) Jewett, b. 9-16-1731; d. 4-22-1755. mar¬ 
ried (2) Abigail Murdough. 

Issue born in Stratham, N. H. 

87 Levi b 1769 d 1841 


40 Josiah was a clothier. Influenced by the preaching of 
Whitefield, he joined in the movement for a second parish in 
Exeter, established in 1755. Was on a committee to enforce the 
non-importation agreement. Moved to Exeter in 1748. He mar¬ 
ried 3-9-1746 Mary, dau. Daniel and Mary (Baker) Heard, b. 
3'3“ I 7 2 5 j d. 

Issue born in Exeter, N. H. 


88 Mary 

m 
2 m 

89 Lydia 

m 

90 Tamesin 

m 


b 


b 


4-29-1786 

b 


1772 

b 

b 


d 

Weeks 

John Kimball 

d 

Gilman Leavitt 
8-11-1753 d 3-11-1811 

Lt. Jonathan Norris 
4-22-1754 d 1820 

d 


91 Daniel 

92 Josiah 


y 


unm 



JAMES OF ROWLEY, MASS. 


395 


93 

John 

b 

d 

y unm 

94 

Nathaniel 

b 

d 

1844 

95 

Noah 

b 

9-8-1763 d 

5-10-1858 

96 

Ezra 

b 

d 


41 Benjamin was a clothier by trade. Member of the Provin¬ 
cial Congress 12-21-1775, which on 1-5-1776 resolved itself into 
a House of Representatives, Member in 1776-77. A Major in 
First provincial militia under Col. Wm. Whipple, 6-28-1781 Major 
of reg. commanded by Col. Daniel Reynolds. He married 
Deborah Pettle. 




Issue born 

in Stratham, N. 

H. 


97 

David 

b 

1755 

d 


98 

William 

b 

d 

No issue 

m 


Shannon 



99 

Caroline 

b 


d 


m 


Daniel Clarke 



100 

Deborah 

b 

1761 

d 

1847 unm 

44 

Ephraim lived in New Market, N. H., moved to Amherst, 

N. H. in 1774. 

Was a Deacon for many 

years, a prosperous 

housewright and 

church builder. He married 

2-12-1760 Mrs 

Mary Manning. 

b. 1730; d. 2-19-1771; married (2) Mrs 

Mary Ramsey, b. 

1752 ; 

d. 10-5-1806. 




Issue born in New Market and Amherst, 

N. H. 

IOI 

Margaret 

b 

1761 

d 

8-24-1814 


m 

5-21-1806 

Joseph Towne 



102 

Jeremiah 

b 


d 


103 

Joseph 

b 

9-9-1765 

d 

9-21-1843 

104 

Ebenezer 

b 


d 


105 

Levi 

b 


d 

4-15-1849 

106 

John 

b 


d 


107 

Josiah 

b 


d 


108 

Relief. 

b 


d 



m 

i-x-1806 

Nathaniel Cleaves 


109 

Mary Means b 

10-9-1785 

d 

5-8-1874 

m 

9-1-1806 

Rev. Ephraim P. Bradford 

no 

Benjamin 

b 


d 


in 

Ephraim 

b 

1-8-1790 

d 


112 

Ezra 

b 


d 






3 9 6 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


45 Nathan was a successful farmer and married 
Anna Wiggin, b. I-27-1742; d. 11-8-1809. 

Issue born in Stratham, N. H. 


113 Charles b d 

114 Noah b d 

115 b d 

116 b d 

117 b d 


53 Oliver was a farmer and married 4-13-1757 Ruth, dau. 
Ichabod and Elizabeth (Stedman) Smith, b. 11-11-1736; d. 


118 Ruth 

119 Anna 

120 Oliver 

121 Elizabeth 

122 Reuben 


Issue born in 

b 9-16-1757 d 
b 2-16-1759 d 
b 12-2-1760 d 
b 4-18-1762 d 
b 12-17-1764 d 


56 Eldad married 11-17-1736 Mehitable Mukin. b. 
d. 10-5-1773. 

Issue born in Springfield, Mass. 

123 Mary b 2-15-1738 d 

124 Seth b 4-6-1740 d 


58 Ezra was a noted teacher, with traditions of his wit and 
rod, also town clerk for years and church clerk, a good penman 
as the records testify. He served in the Revolutionary war as 
third Corporal in Capt. Enos Parker’s Co.; Col. Jacob Garrish’s 
Reg. also Capt. Wm. Whites Co. enlisted 7-3-1778, discharged 
1-1-1779. He married 5-17-1753 Miriam Webb, b. 1-31-1732; 
d. 5-26-1754. married (2) 4-22-1756 Ann, dau. Benj. and Mercy 
(Bartlett) Warriner. b. 1-10-1735; d. 12-18-1803. 


125 Dau. 

126 Ezra 


Issue born in Springfield, Mass. 

b 5-24-1754 d 5-24-1754 unm 

b 3-20-1757 d 2-12-1838 






JAMES OF ROWLEY, MASS. 


397 


127 

Ann 

b 

5-22-1758 d 

3-17-1828 


m 

5-5-1781 

Simeon Chandler 


128 

Ethan 

b 

1-5-1762 d 

11-9-1838 

129 

Miriam 

b 

5^9-1764 d 



m 

1-25-1793 

John Kneeland 


130 

Clement 

b 

1-30-1767 d 

3-22-1767 unm 

131 

Apelles 

b 

1-30-1767 d 

3-22-1767 unm 

132 

Ira 

b 

3-20-1768 d 

9-16-1775 unm 


66 Jacob, after serving as officer from Mass, in the French 
and Indian war, went to New Brunswick about 1764 and was one 
of the original grantees of Maugerville. He was a leading man 
in affairs of church and state. On 8-3-1788, he was one of four 
in a grant of 8000 acres, as disbanded provincial officer who had 
served the King in the late French war. He married 10-22-1736 
Mary, dau. Capt. John and Dorcas (Hopkinson) Spofford. 
b. ; d. 




Issue born 

in Rowley, Mass. 

133 

Thomas 

b 

7-20-1737 d 

134 

Elizabeth 

b 

5-18-1740 d 

m 

1765 

Isaac Stickney 

135 

Jacob 

b 

2-27-1743 d 

136 

Mary 

b 

12-16-1744 d 

m 

4-28-1763 

Samuel Woodbury 


2 m 


Chapman 

137 

Margaret 

b 

6-10-1746 d 

m 


Dr Larlee 

138 

Nathaniel 

b 

11-21-1750 d 

139 

Sarah 

b 

S- 30 -I 7 S 3 . d 

m 

1775 

Nathan Smith 

140 

Benjamin 

b 

d 


3-1-1782 

1831 


68 Joseph was a husbandman and lived in Rowley, Mass, till 
1774 then he moved to St John, N. B. He married 1-10-1758 
Sarah Palmer. 

Issue born in Rowley, Mass. 


141 Hannah 

m 

142 Joseph 

143 Benjamin 


b 2-20-1759 d 6-16-1790 

Rev. Seth Noble 

b 7-1-1761 d 1832 

b 5-27-1763 d 







39 ® 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


72 James was a cordwainer and married 1-1-1734 Elizabeth 
Kilburn, b. ; d. 9-9-1763; married (2) 7-10-1764 Mrs 

Hannah Stickney, dau. Sam’l and Hannah (Frazer) Goodridge, 
b. 2-1-1713; d. 11-4-1806. 


144 Jedediah 

145 Sarah 

146 Nathaniel 

147 Mary 


Issue born in Rowley, Mass. 


b 4 - 14-1735 
b £-29-1737 
b 11-17-1739 
b 9-19-1742 


d 1783 

d 

d 10-26-1826 
d 


FIFTH GENERATION 

79 Noah was a farmer and married Merrill, 

moved to Cornish, Me. in 1784. 


Issue born in Stratham, N. H. 


148 Noah b 

149 Thomas b 

150 Enoch b 

151 Humphrey b 


d 

1766 d 7-25-1819 
d 
d 


83 Ebenezer lived in Stratham but moved to Cornish, Me. in 
1784. He married Mrs Hannah (Burleigh) Brasbee. 


Issue born in Stratham, N. H. and Cornish, Me. 


152 

Elizabeth 

b 

5-4-1782 

d 

4-10-1863 


m 


Stephen Jewett 



153 

Ezra 

b 

3-13-1784 

d 

10-15-1807 unm 

154 

Sarah 

b 

9-26-1786 

d 

10-9-1826 unm 

155 

Mary Johnson 

b 

7-13-1788 

d 

8-27-1815 

156 

William 

b 

5-29-1790 

d 

1-11-1815 unm 

157 

Ebenezer 

b 

5-23-1792 

d 

8-15-1865 

158 

Nancy Clark 

b 

10-1-1794 

d 

1-29-1822 


m 7-14-1817 

Mark Pease 



159 

Olive 

b 

9 - 5-1797 

d 

12-30-1855 

160 

Cyrus Snell 

b 

5-26-1800 

d 

8-21-1889 


85 Simeon lived in Cornish, Me. until 1784 when he moved 
to Limerick, Me. where he died. He married Hannah, dau. Jacob 
and Sarah (Smith) Rundlette. b. 10-31-1770; d. 


JAMES OF ROWLEY, MASS. 

Issue born in Limerick, Me. 


399 


161 

Mary 

b 

d 


m 


Daniel Perry 

162 

Simeon 

b 

11-14-1792 d 

163 

Hannah 

b 

d 


m 


Warwick Hobbs 

164 

Sarah 

b 

d 

165 

Elizabeth 

b 

3-29-1800 d 


m 

1-3-1822 

John Jewett 

166 

Susan 

b 

5-21-1802 d 


m 


Geo. W. Drake 

167 

Levi 

b 

d 

168 

Charles 

b 

d 


7-15-1856 


unm 

10-12-1871 


87 Levi was a farmer and married Mary, dau. Jonathan 

and Mary (Little) Wig-gin. b. 7-30-1767; d. 


Issue born in Stratham, N. H. 


169 

• 

b 

d 


170 

Ezra 

b 

d 


171 


b 

d 


172 

Mary 

b 

3 - 9-1796 d 

6-16-1866 


m 

3-23-1822 

Capt. Geo. Lane 


173 

Elizabeth 

b 

5-7-1798 d 

4-23-1838 


m 

2-13-1834 

Dea. Edmund J. Lane 

174 


b 

d 


175 


b 

d 


176 


b 

d 



91 Daniel moved to Limerick, Me. in 1776 then to Exeter, Me. 
in 1805 and became one of the first settlers. He went to Cam¬ 
bridge on the first call 4-20-1775 joined Capt. Isaac Sherman’s 
Co. in Baldwin, Mass, in Col. Thos. Task’s reg. being one of two 
in 9- -1776 to reinforce the army in New York. He married 

Anna Hill 


177 

Jonathan 

Issue born in Exeter, Me. 

b d 

y unm 

178 

Josiah 

b d 


179 

Nathaniel 

b 8-19-1784 d 

3-18-1823 

180 

Lewis 

b d 





400 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


181 

Mary 

b 

d 


m 

5-23-1809 

Joseph Pease 

182 

Nancy 

b 

d 

183 

Sarah 

b 

d 


m 

1809 

Rev. Albana Pease 

184 

Tamsen 

b 

d 

185 

Elizabeth 

b 

d 

186 

Julia 

b 

d y unm 


95 Noah was a successful farmer and had the farm of his 
father. He married 10-7-1789 Mary, dau. Benj. and Lydia (Col- 
cord) Philbreck. b. 6-19-1763; d. 5-17-1800; married (2) 
10-21-1800 Deborah Gilman, b. 6-29-1773; d. 11-21-1855. 


Issue born in Exeter, N. H. 


187 

Josiah 

b 

7-25-1790 

d 

4-18-1874 


188 

Benjamin 

b 

5-28-1792 

d 

11-4-1863 


189 

Noah 

b 

3-22-1794 

d 


unm 

190 

Lydia 

b 

5-21-1796 

d 



191 

John 

b 

7-3-1798 

d 



192 

Mary Gilman 

b 

9-17-1801 

d 




m 10-11- 

-1824 

Judge John 

Scammon 


193 

Deborah 

b 

8-1-1803 

d 

4-15-1804 

unm 

194 

Deborah 

b 

1-28-1805 

d 

2-3-1805 

unm 

195 

Deborah 

b 

2-4-1806 

d 

8-9-1807 

unm 

196 

Gilman 

b 

3-1-1808 

d 

2-16-1895 


197 

Susan Gilman 

b 

4-27-1810 

d 



m 10-1- 

-1832 

Nathaniel Shute 



198 

Deborah 

b 

7-16-1812 

d 

9-3-1860 





No issue 


m 


Lawrence Boardman 


199 

William 

b 

n-5-1815 

d 

1893 


97 

David was a farmer and married 


Simpson 



Issue born 

in Rochester, 

N. H. 



200 

David jr. 

b 


d 

4-1-1834 



103 Col. Joseph learned the housewright trade from his father 
and became a skilled architect. Was noted for feats in boxing 
and wrestling. Directly after his marriage he went by ox team 








JAMES OF ROWLEY, MASS. 


401 


700 miles to the headwaters of the Ohio river, a cow was taken 
along for milk. Here they were joined by Isaac Barker of Scit- 
uate, Mass, and Thos. Stanley of Conn. Together they built a 
boat and made their way to Marietta by 11-30-1789. After serv¬ 
ing in the Indian war 1791-95, Joseph drew his donation land from 
the Government in 1795, cleared it and moved his family there 
Dec. 1795, lost his home by fire in 1797. He continued his trade 
of house building and took an active part in ship building. Col 
Joseph held many civil offices from 1830 to 1843. Was Repre¬ 
sentative in State Legislature, County Commissioner and Asso. 
Judge of the Court of Common Pleas. He married 1789 

Elizabeth, dau. Capt. Wm. and Mary (Bancroft) Dana. b. 10-9- 
1770; d. 7-3-1835- 


Issue born in Belpre and Marietta, O. 


201 

Joseph 

b 

2-28-1790 d 

1-6-1860 

202 

Elizabeth 

b 

1791 d 

n-30-1845 


m 1-2- 

-1814 

Rufus D. Stone 


203 

Luther Dana 

b 

12-17-1794 d 

3-30-1845 

204 

Sophia 

b 

3 - 29- 1 797 .d 

7-25-1883 


m 


Wm. R. Browning 


205 

William 

b 

1800 d 

1803 unm 

206 

George W. 

b 

11-12-1801 d 

7-18-1875 

207 

Mary A. 

b 

d 



m 


John C. Bennett 


208 

Catherine 

b 

8-31-1806 d 

1885 


m 

1825 

Francis A. Barker 


209 

Frances Dana 

b 

10-12-1808 d 

11-10-1884 


m 1-1- 

-1829 

James L. Gage 


210 

Charlotte 

b 

5-12-1812 d 

10-20-1891 unm 


in 

d. 

[ Ephraim married 

v 

Issue born 

Ann Maxwell, b. 9-31-1795; 

in 

211 

Margaret B. 

b 

d 

212 

Henry R. 

b 

d 

213 

William M. 

b 

d 

214 

Ann V. 

b 

d 

215 

Isabella 

b 

d 

216 

Agnes 

b 

d 







402 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


122 Reuben was a farmer and married 


Sarah 


Issue born in 


217 

218 

219 

220 

221 

222 


Reuben b 

Sarah b 


m 10-17-1817 


Chauncey b 

Perrin b 

Manah b 

Oliver b 


10-26-1789 d 

7-15-1792 d 

Stephen Palmer 
1-6-1794 d 

2-16-1796 d 

6-15-1800 d 

12-2-1802 d 


1- 22-1802 unm 

2- 17-18 


126 Ezra was a planter and married 10-18-1783 Susannah 
Lyon. b. 1758; d. 1-11-1822. 


Issue born in Wilbraham, Mass. 


223 Alanson b 3-7-1785 

224 Electa b 2-16-1787 

m 10-21-1814 Abel Green 

225 Ira b 2-9-1792 

226 Susan b 


d 

d 

d 

d 


3-7-1884 


128 Ethan was a wheelwright. Served in the Conn. Conti¬ 
nental 1st. reg. as a private in Capt. Josiah King’s Co. 1779-1780. 
He had a powerful tenor voice, was converted under a Methodist 
preacher in 1790. Moved to Pittsfield, Mass, in 1792, then to 
Springfield, Mass. He married 8-4-1790 Jerusha, dau. Jonathan 
and Jerusha ( ) Ellsworth, b. 3-6-1770; d. 7-27-1828. 


227 Ethan 

228 Daniel 

229 Jerusha 

230 Horace 


Issue born in Springfield, Mass. 


b 

b 

b 

b 


4-27-1791 d 
1-31-1794 d 
8-3-1797 d 
7-27-1799 d 


3- 22-1831 
11-10-1851 

4- 18-1868 unm 
3-15-1847 


133 Thomas with neighbor Richard Estey owned the first mill 
in the township of Maugerville, N. B. He also owned and 
improved the tract of land in Burton, N. B. He married 12-7- 
1761 Sarah Estey, b. 1733; d. 





JAMES OF ROWLEY, MASS. 


403 


Issue born in Rowley, Mass, and Burton, N. B. 


231 

John b 

232 

Sarah b 


m 

233 

Ruth b 


m 

234 

Hannah b 


m 10-16-1794 

235 

Thomas b 

236 

Mary Spafford b 


m 


2 m 

237 

Richard b 


3-9-1763 d 1824 

3-7-1765 d 

Wm. Smith 
1-14-1768 d 

Nicholas Wheeler 
7-4-1771 d 10-29-1828 

Moses Coburn 
8-29-1773 d 

12-14-1775 d 

Thos. Smith 
Amasa Coy 
3-28-1778 d 


I 35 Jacob jr. came to Maugerville, N. B. from Rowley, Mass, 
in 1765 in the schooner WILMOT. He paid passage and freight 
of £1-10-5 and I3s-6d for his “clubb of Cyder on the Passaged 
On ix-13-1775, he paid £32-103. for 250 acres of land in Mauger¬ 
ville, N. B. He married 5-5-1766 Sarah, dau. Sam’l and Ruth 
(Whipple) Upton, bp. 3-6-1743; d. 


Issue born in Maugerville, N. B. 


238 Jacob 

239 Margaret 

m 
2 m 

240 Elizabeth 

m 

241 Asa Upton 

242 Nathaniel 


b 4-19-1768 d 

b 3-14-1770 d 

Benj. Barker 
Wm. Gordon 
b 1-3-1772 d 

Alex. Me. Leod 

b i~ 3 -I 774 d i8 75 

b 1-7-1778 d 10-12-1778 unm 


138 Nathaniel was a farmer and went to New Brunswick as 
a young man. He married 1774 Lydia, dau. Jeremiah and 
Mary (Sanders) Burpee, b. 9-15-1758; d. 

Issue born in Sheffield, N. B. 


243 Jeremiah b 1 - 7-1775 6 

244 Mary b 11-23-1777 d 

m 11-16-1797 Benj. Stickney 

245 Nathaniel b d 

246 Frederic b d 









406 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


160 Cyrus Snell married 


Nancy Thurston Smith 


281 Ezra 

282 Theophilus 

283 Eben 


Issue born in 

b d 

b 1828 d 

b 1830 d 


162 Simeon was a senator in the State Legislature and a 
deacon of the Congregational church. He married 10-1-1823 
Almira Boardman, b. 10-1-1800; d. 3-19-1884. 

Issue born in Limerick, Me. 

284 b d 


178 Josiah was a farmer and lived in Parsonsfield, Limerick 
and Exeter, Me. He married Nancy, dau. Joseph and 

Polly (Clark) Pease, b. ; d. 7-22-1821; married (2) 

Mrs Abiah Kenniston. b. 9-7-1790; d. 


Issue born in Maine. 


285 

Judith 

b 

6-13-1798 

d 


286 

Sophia 

b 

8-13-1800 

d 


287 

Arena 

b 

4-1-1802 

d 


288 

Ira 

b 

2-14-1804 

d 


289 

Armena 

b 

5-30-1805 

d 


290 

Hannah 

b 

2-5-1807 

d 


291 

Amanda 

b 

3-17-1808 

d 



m 9-13-1829 

Andrew Shaw 



292 


b 


d 


2 93 

Aniel 

b 

8-1-1810 

d 


294 

Henry 

b 

3-21-1812 

d 


295 

Nancy 

b 

11-18-1813 

d 


296 


b 


d 


297 


b 


d 


298 

Mary (Polly) 

b 

5-31-1817 

d 


299 

Josiah 

b 

5-31-1817 

d 


300 

Wright 

b 

4-20-1819 

d 


301 

Tamson 

b 

8-5-1822 

d 

10-4-1844 

302 

Elizabeth 

b 

7-15-1824 

d 


303 

John 

b 

3-12-1826 

d 


304 

Isaac Watts 

b 

9-13-1827 

d 


305 

Joanna 

b 

1-24-1829 

d 

5-14-1850 









JAMES OF ROWLEY, MASS. 407 

306 

Myra 

b i1-11-1830 

d 2-19-1832 unm 

307 

Judson 

b 4-18-1833 

d 

308 

Ann Judson 

b 10-19-1834 

d 

309 

Agnes 

b 

d 


179 Nathaniel was a farmer who moved to Limerick, Me. as 
a young man and was a pioneer of Exeter, Me in 1803 and instru¬ 
mental in giving the town its name. On 3-18-1823, he went to 
Bangor with an ox team and a load of wood, fell under the sled 
and was instantly killed. Much credit is due his wife for bringing 
the large family up so successfully. He married 5-9-1806 Sarah, 
dau. Joseph and Polly (Clark) Pease, b. 10-3-1798; d. 1-6-1880. 


Issue born in Exeter, Me. 


310 

Noah 

b 

11-4-1807 

d 

28-1888 

3 11 

Melinda 

H. b 

7-29-1809 

d 

12-7-1879 


m 


Thos. J. Hill 



3 12 

Julia 

b 

3-12-1811 

d 

2-8-1885 


m 

8-25-1833 

Elijah Crane 



3 i 3 

Sarah 

b 

9-30-1812 

d 

9-26-1853 


m 

5-5-1836 

Rev. E. C. Carpenter 

3 H 

Nathaniel 

b 

11-27-1814 

d 

12-26-1892 

315 

David 

b 

9-9-1816 

d 

9-14-1874 

316 

Lewis 

b 

2-18-1818 

d 

10-9-1890 

3 i 7 

Daniel 

b 

10-12-1819 

d 

10-28-1903 

318 

Mark 

b 

9-19-1821 

d 

1-22-1898 

3 i 9 

John 

b 

9-12-1823 

d 

8-13-1826 


187 Josiah was born in the house built by his grandfather in 
1770. He followed his father on the homestead and was a farmer 
during his active years. He married 3-4-1820 Betsey, dau. Zebu- 
Ion and Mary (Gilman) Durell. b. ; d. 3-9-1838. 


Issue born in Exeter, N. H. 


320 

Josiah Gilman 

b 

8-24-1821 

d 

5-9-1902 

3 21 

Elizabeth 

b 

9-20-1822 

d 

9-14-1825 unm 

3 22 

John 

b 

1-17-1824 

d 

1-18-1825 unm 

3 2 3 

Mary Philbrook 
m 

b 

1876 

4-2-1825 
John Yurann 

d 

9-5-1909 

3 2 4 

Noah 

b 

1-17-1827 

d 

3 - 9 -I 9 II . 

No issue 


6-6-1885 Emma V. Durell 


408 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


325 Lydia Anderson b 

m 

326 Julia Ann b 

m 

327 Elizabeth b 

328 Harriet Newall b 

m 1861 

329 John James Durell b 

6-16-1829 d 10-5-1906 

Barlow 

12-14-1830 d 

James Wilkinson 

5-28-1832 d 1-9-1833 unm 

3-30-1833 d 1-11-1921 

Moses H. Stickney 

1-7-1835 d 6-29-1863 

No issue 

m 1-2-1856 

Ruth F. Haines 


188 Benjamin served in the war of 1812. He was a farmer 
and married Lydia Scammon 

Issue born in Exeter, N. H. 


330 Lydia b 

m 

331 Benjamin Franklin b 

332 James S. b 

d 

Daniel Smith 

d 

d 


196 Gilman was a farmer and married 1-10-1839 Emelia 
Smith, b. ; d. ; married (2) 6-28-1853 

Lucy Ann, dau. Thos. K. and Cynthia (Ballard) Russell. 

Issue born in Exeter, N. H. 


333 Sarah Ellen b 

m 5-20-1869 

334 Anna Emily b 

335 William G. b 

336 Arthur Cooledge b 

337 Charles Willis b 

5- 5-1842 d 

Wm. C. Marble 

12-6-1846 d 

7-10-1849 d 6-7-1881 

6- 2-1858 d 

6-4-1863 d 


199 William moved to Ill. when rather young. He married 
Ann Kendrick 

Issue born in Elgin, Ill. 


338 b 

339 b 

340 b 

341 b 

342 b 

343 b 

d 

d 

d 

d 

d 

d 




JAMES OF ROWLEY, MASS. 


409 


200 Hen. David jr. was a member of Congress 1827-29. He 
married 1800 Mary, dau. Nathaniel and Judith (Cogswell) 

wham, b. ; d. 


344 Sarah 

m 


Issue born in Rochester, N. H. 

b 9-16-1802 d 
E. S. Coe 


201 Hon. Joseph was a prominent state Representative 1829- 
1830-1834, Asso. Justice of Washington Co. Court 1844-52. He 
married 5-11-1817 Melissa W., dau. Capt. Jonathan and Susanna 
(Mathews) Stone, b. 5-11-1797; d. 12-23-1829. married (2) 
1832 Mrs Mary A. (Edgerton) Shipman, b. 12-15-1799; 


d. 12 

-13-1877. 






Issue born in Newport, O. 


345 

Rufus 

b 

d 

y unm 

346 

Lucy 

b 

d 

y unm 

347 

Julia 

b 

d 



m 


Ebenezer Battelle 


348 

Elizabeth 

b 

d 



m 

Andrew B. Battelle 


349 

Mary Ann 

b 

d 



m 


John B. Shipman 


350 

Charles 

b 

d 

y unm 

35 i 

Melissa 

b 

1833 d 

2-4-1921 


m 11- 

-23-1857 

Edward W. Buell 


352 

Joseph 

b 

6-30-1836 d 

1-6-1901 

353 

Charles 

b 

1-27-1839 d 

4-17-1842 unm 

354 

Luther 

b 

1-27-1839 d 

6-30-1846 unm 


203 Luther Dana was a farmer in Newport, O. and in 1825 
became a pioneer merchant in McConnellsville, O. also a success¬ 
ful salt manufacturer. A strong temperance advocate. He mar¬ 
ried 3-6-1821 Maria, dau. Jonathan and Nancy (Barker) Devol. 
b. 7-6-1799; d. 6-23-1866. 

Issue born in McConnellsville, O. 

355 William Whiting b 2-10-1822 d 2-10-1844 unm 

356 Charles Luther b 1-9-1825 d 2-6-1900 

357 Annie Maria b d 

m 9-4-1854 Rev. S. G. Dawson 










4io 

358 James Henry 

359 Mary Putnam 

m 


BARKER GENEALOGY 

b 7-10-1830 d 

b 6-20-1837 d 

Rev. A. Wilkin 


12-8-1895 

1-23-1901 


206 George W. was state Senator 1849-50-51 and married 
5-3-1831 Emiline, dau. Wing and Clarissa (Hart) Devol. b. 
11-6-1809; d. 9-2-1887. 



Issue born in Marietta, O. 


360 John D. b 

361 James Gage b 

362 Arthur Wing b 

363 Jesse Hart b 

364 Luther Dana b 

365 George Henry b 


217 Reuben married 


2-16-1832 d 

12-19-1834 d 

10-19-1837 d 

11-9-1840 d 

11-7-1845 d 

8—8—1848 d 


12-3-1918 
12-4-1924 

6- 13-1900 

7- 16-1892 
12-14-1915 


Marcia Sage 


366 Harriet 

m 

367 Mary 

m 


Issue born in 

b d 

3-1-1836 Mathew Adgate 
b d 

3-15-1848 Mathew Adgate 


1-22-1847 

5-17-1853 


223 Alanson was a farmer and married 1-30-1824 Tryphena 
Paddock 

/ 

Issue born in N. Wilbraham, Mass. 

368 Frances Amelia b 9-25-1825 d 4-15-1834 unm 

369 John H. b 3-21-1833 d 

370 Clement A. b 8-19-1835 d 8-27-1841 unm 


225 Ira was a successful farmer and married 11-11-1814 Betsy 
Jones b. 1791; d. 5-1-1829. married (2) 4-5-1838 Frances 
Barnard 

Issue born in 


371 Emeline 


1816 


d 4-10-1834 











JAMES OF ROWLEY, MASS. 


411 


227 Ethan was in the war of 1812 as private in Capt. Blan¬ 
chard’s Vol. Co. of Windsor at Fort Trumbull, Conn, in 1818. 
Inventory of his estate in 3-27-1831 totaled $290.09. He married 
3-8-1814 Sarah G., dau. Joseph G. and Olive (Squires) Denslow. 
b. 5-20-1791; d. 8-25-1863. 


Issue bom in Windsor, Conn. 


372 

373 

374 

375 


dau. b 

Sarah b 

m 5-22-1838 
Lucia Ann b 

m 11-27-1844 
Ethan Allen b 


6-28-1815 d 

2-23-1816 d 

John Shaw 
1-4-1820 d 

Chas. Parsons 
9-9-1824 d 


6-28-1815 unm 
8-17-1840 

1-3-1868 

11-17-1898 


228 Daniel married 6-3-1819 Cynthia, dau. Lemuel and Jerusha 
(Gaylord) Welch, b. 12-16-1794; d. 10-8-1868. 

Issue born in Windsor, Conn. 

376 Ellsworth Daniel b 8-31-1825 d 11-20-1886 


230 Horace was a successful farmer and married 9-3-1822 
Cynthia Bowers 

Issue born in 

377 Arealia b d 

378 Rachel b d 


231 John moved when quite young with his parents to New 
Brunswick and became a valued citizen and farmer. He married 
1785 Mary Woodbury 

Issue born in Kingsclear, N. B. 

379 Mehitabel b 3-17-1786 d 

m Ezra Day 

380 Thomas b 10-19-1787 d 

381 Samuel Woodbury b 3-15-1789 d 

382 John Spafford b 10-25-1792 d 

383 Richard Estey b 10-10-1794 d 

384 Moses Coburn b 10-7-1797 d 


9-1-1853 

4-22-1895 

4-18-1850 



412 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


385 

Mary (Polly) 
m 

b 

4-1-1800 
Walter Britt 

d 


386 

Nicholas Wheeler 

b 

11-12-1802 

d 

n-4-1873 

387 

Amos Dow 

b 

6-8-1805 

d 

388 

Abram 

b 

5-30-1807 

d 

5-6-1881 

389 

William Fraser 

b 

2-21-1810 

d 

3-20-1811 unm 


235 Thomas was a 

farmer and married 

Hannah 

Chapman 





Issue born 

in New Brunswick 


390 

John 

b 

8-25-1798 d 

1831 

391 

Caroline S. 

b 

9-8-1800 d 

1826 

m 


Treadwell Smith 


39 2 

Mary Chapman 

b 

7-8-1805 d 



m 


James Wortman 


393 

Thomas Rich. 

b 

3-13-1807 d 


394 

Spafford Jedediah 

b 

4-20-1811 d 

1 1 



238 Jacob was a farmer and married Cynthia Watters 


Issue born in Burton, N. B. 


395 Sarah Mathews b 

m 7-9-1818 

396 Jacob Watters b 

397 Mary Smith b 

m 

398 Susan Lois b 

m 1829 


5-7-1797 d 9-29-1863 

David Jewett 

1800 d 10-17-1850 

1804 d 

Calvin L. Hatheway 
1807 d 

John S. Taylor 


241 

1774 ; 


Asa Upton married 1800 Margaret Mead, b. 
d. 

Issue born in New Brunswick 


399 

400 

401 

402 

403 


Richard 

b 

Margaret 

Mead b 

m 

1-24-1827 

Elizabeth 

b 

m 

1828 

Sarah 

b 

m 

1834 

Asa 

b 


5- 13-1801 d 

6- 15-1802 d 

Moses C. Burpee 

4-21-1804 d 

Wm. Gordon 
6-25-1806 d 

Thos. Bartlett 
3-1-1809 d 


6- 18-1801 unm 

5- 12-1855 

1-1-1877 

7- 18-1874 

6- 18-1811 unm 










JAMES OF ROWLEY, MASS. 413 


404 

Mary Anna 
m 

b 

3-4-1811 d 

Andrew Stephenson 


405 

Asa 

b 

3-27-1813 

d 

1853 

406 

Jacob 

b 

7-23-1815 

d 

407 

Benjamin Mead 

b 

7-27-1816 

d 


408 

Cynthia 

m 

b 

i 837 

4-26-1819 
James Johnson 

d 

11-6-1884 

409 

John Wesley 

b 

8-20-1820 

d 

5-11-1904 

410 

George 

b 

12-12-1823 

d 

3-12-1824 unm 


251 Joseph married 

1819 Betsey, dau. Sam’l and Sarah 

(Stickney) Bridges, b. 

; d. 

1845. 

Issue born 

in Sheffield, N. 

B. 

411 Thomas b 

3-13-1820 

d 8-24-1897 

412 Letitia Jane b 

8-13-1827 

d 9-16-1906 

m 10-31-1851 

John Wasson 


413 John Holland b 

1830 

d unm 


253 Whitehead Skidmore married 11-14-1822 Elizabeth, dau. 
Jeremiah and Elizabeth (Stickney) Burpee, b. 5-23-1798; d. 
11-15-1834. married (2) 1835 Betsey Turney, b. 11-23- 


1801 

; d. 1881. 






Issue born 

in Sheffield, 

N. B. 


414 

Hannah 

b 

1825 

d 

y unm 

415 

Archibald 

b 

5-20-1826 

d 

5-18-1908 

416 

Enoch 

b 

11-15-1828 

d 

10-30-1921 

417 

Adolphus 

b 

1831 

d 

1833 unm 

418 

Joseph Adolphus 

b 


d 

1835 unm 

419 

Joseph 

b 

3 - 3-1837 

d 

2-10-190X 

420 

Elizabeth 

b 

1-1-1839 

d 


421 

Letitia 

b 

x-8-i840 

d 

10-24-1883 


m 10-29-1860 

Chas. J. Burpee 


422 

Amy Turney 

b 

7-16-1841 

d 



m IX-5-; 

[862 

Hon. A. Harrison 


423 

Jane 

b 

7-4-1843 

d 

8-17-1843 unm 


254 Enoch married 8-9-1821 Mary S., dau. Asa and Sarah 
(Perley) Upton, b. 9-7-1808; d. 4-26-1893. 




414 

BARKER GENEALOGY 




Issue born 

in Sheffield, N. 

B. 


424 

George Augustus 

b 

11-22-1822 

d 

8-14-1841 unm 

425 

Margery 

b 

9-21-1824 

d 

10-20-1903 


m 3-16-1843 

Capt. David Currier 

426 

Jane 

b 

2-13-1827 

d 



m 


Wm. C. Treadwell 


427 

Whitehead 

b 

7-5-1829 

d 

7-24-1894 

428 

Charles H. 

b 

9-5-1831 

d 

8-30-1893 

429 

Charlotte H. 

b 

7-7-1833 

d 

6-27-1847 


m 3-19-1856 

T. B. Coburn Burpee 

430 

Adeline R. M. 

b 

12-14-1835 

d 

6-22-1847 unm 

431 

Frederick E. 

b 

12-27-1838 

d 

12-15-1915 

432 

George A. 

b 

2-20-1845 

d 

11-8-1887 

433 

Helen G. 

b 

2-20-1845 . 

d 

9-8-1850 unm 







255 Benjamin married 1821 Mary, dau. Moses and 

Hannah (Barker) Coburn 


Issue born in Sheffield, N. B. 


434 

Thomas Coburn 

b 


d 

y unm 

435 

Jane 

b 

1823 

d 

4-22-1844 unm 

436 

Hannah 

b 

9-23-1825 

d 

4-19-1852 


m 9-23- 

■1850 

Abraham N. Tupper 

437 

Fred Alexander 

b 


d 

y unm 

438 

Charles Benjamin b 

6-6-1827 

d 


439 

Margaret 

b 

1830 

d 

4-25-1859 


m 

1851 

Archibald (415) 


440 

Mary 

b 

1833 

d 

5-24-1857 unm 

441 

Sarah 

b 

1834 

d 

2-21-1890 


m 


Thos. Taylor 



442 

Julia 

b 

9-12-1840 

d 



m 

1866 

Wm. Taylor 




257 John was a Rev. soldier during the entire war, and moved 
to Bethel in 1804. He married 3-27-1781 Mary Jackman. 


Issue born in Londonderry, N. H. 


443 Mary 

444 Sarah 

m 


b 6-26-1782 d 

b 3-6-1784 d 12-26-1830 

1-29-1807 Capt. Jeremiah Jewett 








JAMES OF ROWLEY, MASS. 


415 


145 

John 

b 

8-12-1785 

d 

146 

Nancy 

m 

b 

1-31-1788 d 

Frederick Ingalls 

147 

Abigail 

b 

10-29-1790 

d 

148 

Samuel 

b 

7-6-1792 

d 

H 9 

Timothy 

b 

7-1-1794 

d 11-11-1875 

150 

Pamelia 

b 

8-22-1796 

d 

15 1 

Hannah J. 
m 

b 

1823 

7-26-1801 
James Walker 

d 


259 Samuel at fourteen was apprenticed to Major Rogers and 
went with him to the siege of Boston; in 1779 he enlisted in Capt. 
Sam’l. Carr’s Co., Col. James Wesson’s Reg. As a tailor in the 
war, he made clothes for George Washington. He moved to 
Bethel, Me. in 1803, lived at and conducted “Barker’s Ferry.” 
He married Betsey Rogers, b. ; d. ; 

married (2) 5-3-1813 Abigail Blanchard 


452 

453 

454 

455 

456 

457 

458 

459 

460 

461 

462 

463 

464 


465 

466 


Issue born in Rowley, Mass, and Bethel, Me. 


Elizabeth R. 


m 

Judith 
m 

Susan 
William 
Susan 
m 
Samuel 
Nathaniel 
Francis 
Francis 
Moses 
Mary Carr 
m 

Sophronia 

m 

Frances 
m 


3-12-1807 
b 

10-3-1803 

b 

b 

b 

10-28-1813 

b 


2 m 
Sarah 

m 

Deborah 

m 


b 
b 
b 
b 
b 

1828 
b 

12-5-1822 

b 

7-23-1829 

1-8-1848 

b 


2-26-1784 d 4-25-1819 

Timothy Chapman 
8-30-1785 d 

Daniel Coffin 

8- 4-1787 d y unm 

5-8-1789 d 

7- 10-1791 d 10-3-1871 

Thaddeus Twitchell 

12-3-1793 d 

1-6-1796 d 

11-3-1797 d 

1-1-1799 d 

10- 17-1800 d 

5-2-1802 d 

Daniel Ingalls 

8- 12-1804 d 

Eli Twichell 

11- 24-1806 d 

Isaac Jennison Towne 
Thos. B. Little 

9- 9-1814 d 

Thos. Beach 

4-9-1817 d 

Lyman Eustis 


10-13-1888 

1798 unm 
4-11-1883 

1894 

3-12-1861 





4 i 6 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


SEVENTH GENERATION 

268 Noah was a successful farmer and married 
Tabitha Page, b. 9-10-1799; d. ; married (2) 

H. Gerrish. 

Issue born in Burlington, Me. 


1825 


466a Thomas 
b Caleb P. 
c Permelia 
d David W. 
e Charles 
f Byron 
g Noah A. 
h William 


b 7-24-1826 d 
b 2-23-1828 d 
b 4-3-1830 d 
b 9-1-1832 d 
b 4-20-1835 d 
b 10-31-1837 d 
b 10-31-1837 d 
b 1-1-1840 d 


269 Thomas was a farmer and married Fitch, 

b. ; d. ; married 1822 Eliz. Clement, b. 

12-26-1800; d. 11-14-1871. 


Issue born in Burlington, Me. 


467 

Sarah 

b 

d 

m 

Hobson 


468 

Ellen 

b 9-21-1822 

d 


m 

Hon. Jas. Lynch 

469 

Peleg 

b 4-13-1824 

d 

470 

Augustus 

b 1-25-1826 

d 

471 

Jacob Clement 

b 6-16-1828 

d 

472 

Caroline 

b 5 - 3-1830 

d 


m 

Jackson 


473 

Evelain 

b 7-12-1835 

d 


m 

G. W. Eddy 


474 

Flavilla 

b 5-2-1837 

d 


m 

G. W. Eddy 


475 

Jane 

b 

d 


m 

Calvin Kimball 



2-3-1869 


307 Judson was a prosperous farmer and married 12-25-1855 
Lucinda Rollins, b. ; d. ; married (2) 4-26- 

1862 Clara W. Edgerly 







JAMES OF ROWLEY, MASS. 


417 


Issue born in 


Charles 
I477 Annie M. 
[478 Clarence J. 


b 9-25-1856 d 
b 8-19-1867 d 
b 6-18-1873 d 


310 Hon. Noah studied at Hampden and Foxcroft Academies 
[and was a natural mathematician and wrote a text book on trig¬ 
onometry in his later years; he also became a noted surveyor. He 
was a state Representative in 1837-39-55; an< ^ Senator 1878-79; 
He was State Surveyor and Land Agent 1857-69. In 1856, he 
moved from Exeter, Me. to Corinth, Me. He married 12-29-1839 
Temperance, dau. Wm. and Rachel (Knapp) Eddy. b. 2-9-1815; 
Id. 1888. 

Issue born in Exeter, Me. 


479 George 

480 Charles Vernon 

481 William Eddy 


b 6-1-1841 
b 9-22-1848 
b 4-18-1852 


d 

d 

d 


m 4-27-1880 Cora Bailey 


10-13-1921 

10-19-1924 

No issue 


314 Nathaniel was a farmer and lived on the old homestead. 
He married 4-22-1840 Elvira C., dau. Mace S. and Rachel (But¬ 
ters) Grinnell. b. 5-17-1820; d. 3-18-1871. 


Issue born in Exeter, Me. 


482 Mary Ellen b 

483 Charles b 

484 Fred b 

485. Frank b 

486 Celia N. b 

m 11-18-1879 

487 Alice Beele b 


3-24-1842 d 

12-8-1843 d 

12-13-1846 d 

2-14-1848 d 

10-3-1850 d 

Francis Ferguson 

7-7-1857 d 


3-14-1900 unm 
3-26-1863 unm 
2-10-1910 

5~2 3- 1 881 
11-21-1909 unm 


315 David was a lawyer and a poet, often called the Robert 
Burns of Maine: That his poetical fame should bring him the 
degree of A.M. from Bowdoin College, was as gratifying as it 
was unexpected. His poetry flowed from a heart full of love for 
all humanity and was a beautiful blending of humor, pathos. 





418 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


patriotism, and religion. He was Representative to state legis¬ 
lature in 1872 and married 11-8-1854 Susan Rebecca, dau. Timothy 

and Eleanor (Blood) Chase, b. 9-25-1827; d. 4-4-1892. 

' 

Issue born in Exeter, Me. 

488 Walter Chase b 8-28-1856 d 11-28-1883 unm 

489 Eleanor Maude b 11-4-1862 d 


316 Lewis was admitted to the Bar 1841 and became an orator 
of great ability, served several terms in the Maine Legislature and 
was Speaker of the House 1867, Ex. Councillor 1880, Member of 
the state board of health. He married 8-2-1846 Elizabeth, dau. 
of Col. Francis and Elizabeth (Wasson) Hill. b. ; d. 


Issue born in Stetson, Me. 


490 Evelyn 

m 
2 m 

491 Lewis Amasa 


b 5-11-1848 d 

Marshall Abbott 
Stanley Plummer 
b 8-12-1854 d 


1-3-1872 


1-16-1890 


317 Daniel was a civil engineer and took charge of vast timber 
estates in Maine and N. H. He married 10-12-1856 Lydia W., 
dau. Joshua and ( ) Chamberlain, b. 11-14- 

1836; d. 

Issue born in Exeter, Me. 


492 Emma 

493 Lillian 

494 Hubert 


b 1-3-1859 
b 8-8-1868 
b 7-30-1871 


d 

d 

d 


12-12-1924 unm 
9-18-1907 unm 


318 Mark was a civil engineer and in 1875 the director of the 
Citizens Ice Co. in Charleston, S. C. He married 6-6-1848 Julia 
A. McCobb, b. 1829; d. 1-25-1882. 


Issue born in Bangor, Me. 


495 Avis 

m 

496 John Jerome 


b 


1850 d 2-18-1880 

Alex. R. Ferguson 
7-15-1851 d 5-18-1861 unm 


b 





JAMES OF ROWLEY, MASS. 


419 


497 

Wendell 

b 


d y unm 

498 

Marion 

b 

1865 

d 10-2-1880 unm 


320 Josiah Gilman was an expert carriage builder and moved 
to Worcester, Mass, in 1856, retiring in 1892 on account of ill 
health. He enlisted in the 22cd. artillery Co. F. 4th. Reg. Mass., 
serving during the Civil war. He was a man of strong opinions, 
high principles, and business ability. He married 12-4-1842 
Betsey, dau. Moses and Polly (Roland) Kent, b. 12-24-1817; d. 
8-5-1895, celebrated their Golden Wedding 12-4-1892. married 
(2) 1-12-1899 Mrs E. (Gilbert) Southworth. b. ; d. 

Issue born in Exeter, N. H. 

499 Charles Roland b 3-13-1845 d 12-4-1897 

500 Forrest Edson b 9-29-1853 d 11-21-1914 


332 James S. married Ann Bean 

Issue born in 

501 Frank Edward b d 

502 Charles Scammon b d 

503 Annie Laura b d 

504 Lucy Maud b d 


335 William G. went to Bellows Falls, Vt. about 1870 and 
established the Osgood & Barker Machine Shop which has done 
an extensive business. He married 9-20-1876 Alice E., dau. 
Leander and Sarah H. (Randall) Amadon. b. 9-25-1854: d. 

Issue born in Bellows Falls, Vt. 

505 Edith Amadon b 9-8-1877 d 5-12-1881 unm 

506 Lucy J. b 11-15-1879 d 

507 William Burnside b 4-23-1881 d No issue 

m 9-14-1910 Caroline J. Wales 


336 Arthur Cooledge married 9- -1882 Josephine, dau. Joe 

and Charlotte (Pearson) Whitley. 




420 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


Issue born in Providence, R. I. 

508 Josephine b 2-16-1896 d 

m 2-16-1918 Edward B. Davis 


337 Charles Willis married 5-3-1888 Maude, dau. Solomon S. 
and Betsy J. S. (Sanborn) Perkins, b. 10-17-1867; d. 

Issue born in Exeter, N. H. 

509 Grace b 6-10-1897 d 

m 9-20-1924 Frederic K. Smith 


352 Joseph was a civil war veteran and married 
Jennie Thorniley, b. 7-29-1833; d. 9-11-1871. 


510 Joseph 

511 William S. 

512 James T. 


Issue born in 

b 7-15-1866 
b 2-22-1869 
b 9-4-1871 


d 12-23-1868 unm 
d 11-24-1871 unm 
d 12-16-1871 unm 


356 Charles Luther was a successful merchant in 1853 in his 
firm of Chas. L. Barker & Co.; in 1886 the firm was Barker & 
McCue, Druggists. He married 8-18-1848 Rachel, dau. Abraham 
and Rachel ( ) Maxwell, b. 7-11-1824; d. 4-12-1905. 


Issue born in McConnellsville, O. 


513 Lucy Marie b 

m 10-30-1872 

514 Nettie Sarah b 

m 6-19-1873 

515 Henrietta Wood b 

m 10-5-1882 

516 Luther Dana b 

517 Frederic Dale b 

518 George Thomas b 

519 Frances Wilkins b 

m 11-28-1889 


12-27-1849 d 

Rev. C. M. Rupe 
5-14-1851 d 

Rev. J. C. Fernald 
2-22-1853 d 

E. D. Shafer 
2-15-1858 d 

7-13-1860 d 

5-1-1862 d 

4-3-1866 d 

Dr. J. E. Brown 


2-9-1901 

4-19-1860 unm 
12-18-1863 unm 


358 Rev. James Henry was a Baptist minister and he was the 
first Superintendent and his wife the first Matron of the Children’s 





JAMES OF ROWLEY, MASS. 


421 


Home in Malta, O. He married 5-14-1855 Julia Keyes, b. 11-28- 
1830; d. 6-28-1895. 


Issue born in Southern, O. 


520 

William Evert b 

8-3-1856 d 

9 - 3 -I 9 I 7 




No issue 


m 1877 

Emma Wilson 


521 

Mariet Dana b 

11-8-1859 d 

9-7-1920 unm 

522 

Harriet b 

6-3-1862 d 



m 5-28-1910 

Rev. J. J. Runyan 


523 

Frances Wayland b 

1-22-1864 d 

9-8-1881 unm 

524 

Charles E. b 

9-25-1870 d 



360 John P. was merchant and banker. He served during the 
Civil war as Capt. of Co. L. First Ohio Cav. and also on the staff 
of Mj.-Gen. Thomas. He married 9-10-1855 Mary L. Anderson, 
b. ; d. 5-27-1896. 


Issue born in Girard. Kan. 


525 David Anderson 

526 Mary 

527 George W. 

528 John Dana jr. 


b 2-8-1857 d 
b 7-28-1859 d 
b 2-20-1861 d 
b 3-6-1871 d 


7-6-1861 unm 


361 James Gage was a farmer and served 3 years in the 
Union Army. He married 4-13-1869 Frances H., dau. Theo. and 
Jane (Clark) Devol. b. 8-26-1843; d. 10-14-1916. 

Issue born in Marietta, O. 

529 Arthur Devol b 9-29-1870 d 

530 Frances Jane b 1-11-1875 d 

m 10-27-1910 Wm. E. Stacy 


362 Arthur Wing was a member of Co. A. 36th. Ohio vol. 
inf. and was severely wounded at Antietam in the Civil war. He 
became a successful merchant and married 12-6-1872 Josephine, 
dau. Sam’l and Mary D. (Shaw) Maxwell, b. 12-1-1849; d. 
4-13-1880. married (2) 5-7-1885 Chloe, dau. Thos. H. and Isa¬ 
bella (Gilbreath) Holmes, b. 7-25-1861; d. 






422 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


Issue born in Girard, Kan. 

531 Juanita Holmes b 7-12-1887 d 

m 2-24-1909 Geo. Foster 

532 Arthur Holmes b 2-4-1892 d 

363 Jesse Hart was an Ohio river boatman and farmer. He 
married 5-31-1877 Martha O. dau. John and Louise (Owen) 
Trent, b. 1850; d. 1-26-1895. 

Issue born in Rising Sun, Ind. 

533 Oliver Dustin b 1-26-1882 d No issue 

m 11-24-1906 Helen Cist 

534 George Trent b 3-4-1884 d 

535 Alice Emeline b 3-11-1887 d 

m 11-17-1909 Howard T. Torner 


364 Luther Dana was a member of the Ohio Nat. Guard and 
served in the 100 day enlistment near the close of the Civil war. 
He was a farmer and married 3-12-1871 Hester A. dau. Jacob 
and Mary M. (Good) Me Quillin. b. 12-1-1850; d. 


Issue born in Mo. and Girard, Kan. 


536 Ellen M. b 

m 12-5-1895 

537 George W. b 

538 Mary E. b 

m 5-15-1901 

539 Henry A. b 

540 son b 

541 Harriet J. b 

m 10-4-1906 

542 Harry M. b 


2-8-1872 d 

Wm. Taylor 
4-3-1874 d 

10-3-1876 d 

David A. Carpenter 

6- 12-1880 d 

1-10-1883 d 

1-29-1884 d 

Geo. R. Guy 

7- 21-1888 d 


1-15-1883 unm 


7-16-1918 


365 George Henry was a merchant and married 11-16-1882 
Sarah, dau. Evan and Elizabeth (McHenry) Bailey, b. ; d. 

Issue born in Girard, Kan. 

543 Mary Louise b 6-16-1885 d 

544 Bailey H. b 11-29-1887 d 


JAMES OF ROWLEY, MASS. 


423 


375 Ethan Allen was a hatter and a farmer. He served as 
Serg. Co. A. 12 Reg. Conn. vol. inf. Hon. discharge 12-31-1864. 
He married 8-3-1852 Mary A. dau. and Mary ( ) 

Erwin, b. 1882; d. 7-2-1861; married (2) 8-16-1878 Cecelia 
M. dau. Geo. H. and Sally (Barber) Birge. b. 8-4-1849; d. 5-22- 
1923. 

Issue born in Hartford and Torrington, Conn. 

545 Howard D. b 6-23-1854 d 4-22-1909 

No issue 

m 1-25-1881 Annie T. de Marcellin 

546 Henry Erwin b 7-5-1859 d 5-17-1892 unm 

547 Ellsworth Birge b 4-14-1883 d 

548 George Sheridan b 2-6-1888 d No issue 

m 5-27-1909 Rose E. Traver 


376 Ellsworth Daniel was a carpenter and contractor. Had a 
fine tenor voice and was also leader of the band. He married 
5-4-1858 Sarah M. dau. John H. and Mehitable (Reynolds) King, 
b. 9-18-1832; d. 5-26-1912. 

Issue born in Windsor, Conn. 


549 Charles Ellsworth b 

550 Kathryn Maria b 

m 12-31-1885 

551 Sidney Bissell b 


1-26-1859 d 

3-4-1861 d 

Fred G. Drake 
11-11-1862 d 


380 Thomas was a farmer and married Susan Watters 


Issue born in New Brunswick 


552 

Lois 

b 

d 

553 

Mary 

m 

b 

d 

Zebulon Currie 

554 

John William 

b 

d 

555 

Hannah 

b 

d 

556 

Jacob Moses 

b 

d 

557 

Thomas Abram 

b 

d 

558 

Wesley 

b 

d 

559 

Joel 

b 

d 







424 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


381 Samuel Woodbury was a farmer, later moved to Boston, 
Mass. He married Eunice Harper. 

Issue born in Fredericton, N. B. 


560 Ludlow 

561 William F. 

562 Eunice Anne 

m 
2 m 

563 Charles 

564 Emily 

m 


b d 

b d 

b d 

Rev. Sanford Boise 
Wm. Garrison 
b d 

b d 

Capt. Keller 


382 John Spafford was a farmer and married 7-20-1820 Ruth 
F. Estey. b. ; d. 6-5-1831. 

Issue born in New Brunswick 


56s 

Mary Elizabeth b 

m 1846 

8-7-1821 
Alex. Atherton 

d 


566 

George b 

i-is-1823 

d 

11-18-1900 

567 

Margaret Anne b 

5-6-1825 

d 

3-22-1840 unm 

568 

569 

Richard b 

Walter Britt b 

4-2-1827 

11-29-1828 

i 

12-2-1827 unm 

570 

Ruth Fiske Estey b 
m 1857 

6-5-1831 

Geo. Dunphy 

d 

5-24-1905 

383 Richard Estey married 1826 Mary, dau. Wm. and 

Sarah (Barker) Smith, b. ; d. 

Issue born in New Brunswick 

57 i 

Richard b 

1827 

d 


572 

Louise b 

1828 

d 

io-n-1855 

573 

Malinda Anne b 

1831 

d 

574 

Charles Wm. Smith b 

1837 

d 


575 

Albert E. b 

1840 

d 

1863 unm 


386 Nicholas Wheeler .married 


Hannah Estey 


576 Melvina 

m 


Issue born in New Brunswick 

b 9-11-1828 d 
Parker Burden 









JAMES OF ROWLEY, MASS. 


425 


577 

Rhoda 

b 

12-13-1829 

d 




m 


Chas. Sloot 





2 m 


Malcom Ross 




578 

Martha 

b 


d 

y 

unm 

579 

Oscar 

b 


d 

y 

unm 

580 

Hannah 

b 

6-26-1835 

d 




387 Amos Dow was a farmer and married 
Dow, b. ; d. ; married (2) 

Deacon 

Issue born in New Brunswick 

581 Mary Anne 

582 John Spafford 

583 Sarah 

m 

584 Eliza 

m 

585 Caroline 


b d 

b d 

b d 

James Chase 
b d 

Jephthah Dow 
b d 


Mary 

Mary 


388 Abram married 


Harriet Boston 


Issue born in New Brunswick 


586 

John Allen 

b 

3-3-1833 

d 


587 

Matilda Lois 

b 

4-22-1836 

d 

7-3-1909 


m 


Richard Jones 


588 

Mary Anne 

b 

1-18-1839 

d 



m 


John Lakin 



589 

Charles Woodbury 

b 

7-1-1841 

d 

5-11-1896 

590 

George 

b 

5-7-1844 

d 


591 

Julia 

b 

8-7-1847 

d 



m 


Chas. Chappel 



592 

Richard 

b 

9-7-1850 

d 

7-17-1905 

593 

Frederic 

b 

8-9-1853 

d 



390 John married 1820 Sarah Taylor, b. ; d. ; 

married (2) Rebecca, dau. David and Elizabeth (Galishan) 

Burpee, b. 3-15-1800; d. 


594 Harriet 
m 


Issue born in Fredericton, N. B. 

b 11-23-1824 d 
Sebastian Smith 



426 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


595 Hannah b 5-3-1826 d 

596 David b 11-23-1827 d 

597 Sarah b 5-28-1829 d 

393 Thomas Richard was a farmer and married 2-1-1831 
Caroline, dau. Joseph and Abigail (Galishan) Burpee, b. 4-13- 
1809; d. 

Issue born in Sheffield, N. B. 


598 

John 

b 

d 

599 

Caroline 

b 

d 


394 Spafford Jedediah married Frances Freeman, 

b. ; d. ; 

Mabee 

married (2) Mrs Abbie G. (Ruck) 

Issue born 

in New Brunswick 

600 Thomas b 

d 

601 Frances b 

d 

m 

Chas. J. Burpee 

602 Anne Elizabeth b 

d y unm 

603 Clara Fairchild b 

d y unm 

604 Agnes Fulton b 

d 

m 

Sidney R. Fleet 


396 Dr Jacob Watters was a well known physician and married 
Anne Turney 


Issue born in New Brunswick 

b d 

Moses Harrison 


605 Lavinia 

m 

606 Jacob Henry 

607 Emma 

608 Thomas 

609 Mary 

610 John 

611 Amasa 


b 

b 

b 

b 1-21-1840 

b 

b 


d 

d 

d y unm 

d 
d 
d 


405 Asa was a farmer and married 
Benj. and ( ) Taylor, b. 


1836 Hannah, dau. 
; d. 






JAMES OF ROWLEY, MASS. 



Issue born in Sheffield, N. B. 


b 

b 

b 

b 

b 

b 

b 

b 


d 

d 

d 

d 

d 

d 

d 

d 


Jacob married 1836 Margaret Brittian 


Issue born in New Brunswick 

b d 

b d 


427 


407 Benjamin Mead married 


Elizabeth Bell 


622 

Issue born in 

b 

New Brunswick 

d 

623 

b 

d 

624 

b 

d 

625 

b 

d 

626 

b 

d 

627 

b 

d 

628 

b 

d 

629 

b 

d 

630 

b 

d 

631 

b 

d 

632 

b 

d 

633 

b 

d 


409 

John Wesley was a 

farmer and married 

Jane 

Boyd, b. ; d. 

; married (2) 

Hannah 

Smith 

634 

Issue born 

b 

in New Brunswick 

d 


635 

b 

d 


636 

b 

d 











428 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


d 

d 

d 


637 b 

638 b 

639 b 


411 Thomas B. moved to St John, N. B. in 1853 where he was 
associated in the drug business and eventually became the head of 
the successful firm of T. B. Barker & Sons. He married 1-1-1842 


Eliza R., dau. Thos. and Susan (Peters) Tilley, b. ; d. 


Issue born 

in St. John, 

N. B. 

640 

George Augustus 

b 

11-8-1842 

d 

641 

Thomas Frederic 

b 

10-13-1844 

d 

642 

Athelia Gertrude 

b 

9-2-1846 

d 5-7-1847 unm 

643 

Isabella 

b 

3-20-1848 

d 


m 5-26-1 

869 

Howard Me Leod 

644 

Susan Elizabeth 

b 

5-7-1852 

d 7-16-1853 unm 

645 

Henry Ward 

b 

7-21-1855 

d 

646 

William Seeley 

b 

7-8-1857 

d 

647 

Samuel Leonard 

b 

4-29-1859 

d 11-27-1868 unm 

648 

Arthur Wellesly 

b 

3-1-1862 

d 12-10-1863 unm 

649 

Helen Louise 

b 

1-23-1864 

d 


415 Archibald married 1851 Margaret (439) b. 1830; 

d. 4-25-1859; married (2) 2-15-1860 Charity, dau. Jonathan and 
Jane (Harrison) Bridges, b. 3-7-1832; d. 10-2-1907. 


Issue born in New Brunswick 


650 Mary Elizabeth 

651 Julia Letitia 

652 Ward Harrison 

653 Anna Mildred 

654 Percy Knight 


b 8-11-1855 d 
b 2-1-1858 d 
b 1-6-1862 d 
b 10-26-1864 d 
b 6-14-1868 d 


3-9-1874 unm 


416 Rev. Enoch was a distinguished Congregational minister. 
He graduated form Toronto Univ. & Congregational Institute in 
1854. Had charges in Newmarket, Fergus etc. Canada and Mil- 
ton and Kingsport, N. S. In the early “80” he organized the 
Congregational church in Toronto and was its pastor for ten 
years, resigning on account of failing health. He was an instruc- 






JAMES OF ROWLEY, MASS. 


429 


tor and had a school in Shorthand. His son Herbert W., for 
many years a bank manager, has been appointed Treasurer to the 
great fund of the United Church having the investment and expen¬ 
diture of many millions yearly. Rev. Enoch married 6-14-1854 
Anne, dau. John and Anne (Price) Hewlett, b. 10-18-1828; d. 
10-21-1914. 

Issue born in Pictou, N. S. 

655 Amy Elizabeth b 8-15-1855 d 3-4-1920 

m 12-5-1882 Fred G. Tupper 

656 Charles Hewlett b 8-31-1857 d 

657 Annie Catherine b 12-15-1865 d 10-12-1873 unm 

658 Herbert Whitehead b 10-12-1867 d No issue 

m 6-26-1900 Gwendolen Lewis 


419 Rev. Joseph was a well beloved minister and married 
1863 Annie M. dau. Chas. R. and Jane (Burpee) Upton. 


b. 6-6-1844; d. 




Issue born 

in Sheffield, N. 

B 

659 

Charles Howard b 

4-4-1864 

d 

660 

Henrietta L. b 

11-18-1865 

d 

66 l 

Elizabeth Letitia b 

6-1-1868 

d 

662 

Enoch Seymour b 

5-29-1870 

d 

663 

Franklin Whitehead b 

1-18-1872 

d 

664 

William McLeod B. b 

6—29—1878 

d 

665 

Archibald Harrison b 

n-23-1879 

d 

666 

Helen Margery b 

11-8-1882 

d 

667 

Muriel Annie b 

9-26-1885 

d 


m 

Henry F. Fair 


668 

Charlotte Elizabeth b 

7-27-1889 

d 


m 

Benj. Harper 


12-31-1902 unm 


427 Whitehead was postmaster for several years at Sheffield, 
N. B. He married 1-19-1854 Mary Jane, dau. Chas. and Mary 
(Burpee) Harrison, b. 5-23-1828; d. 4-30-1919. 

Issue born in Sheffield, N. B. 

669 Charles H. b 2-8-1855 d 5-5-1877 unm 

670 Harriet E. S. b 6-22-1857 d 

m 8-21-1890 Dr Perley T. Kierstead 

671 Ida A. H. b 3-28-1859 d 

672 Mary Louise T. b 7-12-1868 d 5-18-1869 unm 

673 Frederic H. W. b 11-25-1872 d 





43 ° 


BARKER GENEALOGY 



428 Dr Charles H. was a successful and skillful physician and 
married 9-18-1856 Lydia, dau. Gilbert and Elizabeth ( ) 

Sayres, b. 8-1-1829; d. 7-10-1865. 



Issue born in Jamaica, N. Y. 


673a Gilbert Sayres b 8-27-1857 

674 Adeline Eliza b 5-21-1859 

m 10-10-1882 John Scovil 

675 Elizabeth A. b 10-18-1862 


d 9-4-1857 unm i 
d 

d 1-27-1879 unm 


431 Sir Frederic Eustace, Knt. Bach, created 6-3-1913 by His 
Majesty King George, was a graduate of the University of New 
Brunswick, 1856, B.A. Barrister 1861, Q.C. 1873, Representative 
in the House of Commons for St. John, N. B. 1885, Chief Justice 
of the Supreme Court of N. B. 1908-1914. He was a brilliant 
and leading citizen and married 10-19-1865 Elizabeth Julia, dau. 
Edward and Eliza (MacDonald) Lloyd, b. ; d. 2-27- 

1874; married (2) 8-14-1877 Mary A. dau. Benj. and Hannah 
(Casson) Black, b. 10-1-1838; d. 3-26-1924. 


Issue born in St. John, N. B. 


676 Helen Grantham b 

m 1-28-1892 

677 Frederic E. L. b 

678 Edith Evelyn L. b 

m 6-4-1885 

679 William de Veber b 

680 Agnes Madeline b 

m 6-17-1908 

681 Juliet Lillie W. b 


8-1-1866 d 
P. K. Meynen 
3-7-1868 d 
5-8-1870 d 
J. Roy Campbell 
1872 d 

9- 22-1878 d 

A. B. De Mille 

10- 7-1884 d 




l 

• 1 


4-13-1874 unm 




432 George A. was a postal clerk in St. John, N. B. and mar¬ 
ried 9-19-1871 Margaret Wilson 

Issue born in St. John, N. B. 

682 William Wilson b 7-11-1874 d 4-14-1879 unm 

I 

438 Charles Benjamin was a farmer and married 5-24-1852 
Caroline, dau. Thomas and Mary G. (Burpee) Perley. b. 9-6- 
1829; d. 7-3-1918. 












JAMES OF ROWLEY, MASS. 


431 


Issue born in Sheffield, N. B. 


683 

Charles Woodville 

b 

3-9-!853 

d 

11-8-1925 

684 

Thomas Benjamin 

b 

4-2-1855 

d 

8-6-1856 unm 

685 

Harriet M. 

b 

3-19-1857 

d 

4-12-1862 unm 

686 

Thomas Perley 

b 

9-15-1860 

d 

9-21-1870 unm 

687 

Fred Coburn 

b 

9-15-1860 

d 

No issue 


m 12-28-1898 

Laura A. Fradsham 

688 

Clara Louisa 

b 

6-21-1864 

d 



445 Dr. John was a prominent physician and an army surgeon 
in the war of 1812. Brunswick Medical College, Me., gave him 
an honorary degree 1846. He died in New York City. He mar¬ 
ried 1813 Phebe, dau. Benj. and Phebe (Abbott) Abbott, b. 
3-23-1794; d. 3-6-1843. 


Issue born in Wilton, Me. 


689 John 

690 Benjamin F. 

691 Phebe Florella 

m 

692 Emily A. 

m 


b 9-16-1814 d 

b 5-2-1818 d 

b 3-7-1820 d 

Chas. Clark 
b 5-10-1824 d 

Dr. A. Robertson 


5-22-1817 unm 
5-30-1891 


448 

1796; 


Capt. Samuel married 4-5-1818 Hannah B. Clark, b. 4-22- 
d. 

Issue born in Bethel, Me. 


693 Caroline H. b 

m 8-7-1875 

694 Alanson b 

695 Samuel Alanson b 

696 John b 

697 Phebe Abbott b 

m 1-2-1849 

698 Maria b 

699 Felicia H. b 


12-14-1819 d 
Sam'1. B. Chapman 


5-30-1822 d 

5-26-1826 d 

5-23-1828 d 

2- 4-1830 d 

Gilbert Chapman 

3- 7-1833 d 

8-25-1838 d 


4-5-1823 unm 
8-10-1826 unm 


449 Timothy was Town Clerk for over twenty years and an 
excellent recording officer. He married 2-2-1824 Eliza, dau. Isaac 
and Polly (Gould) Towne b. 8-3-1804; d. 1-23-1866. 







43 2 

BARKER GENEALOGY 



Issue born in Bethel, Me. 


700 

Leander Towne b 

10-31-1828 d 

No issue 

m 2-28-1856 

Dorcas E. Brackett 


701 

Dorothy Gould b 

10-14-1830 d 

5-2-1861 

m 

Thos. E. Twitchell 


702 

Mary Eliza b 

2-17-1833 d 



m 

Dr. Chas. W. Gordon 

703 

Alma Ingalls b 

8-2-1838 d 

3-17-1843 unm 

704 

Ella Abba b 

1-20-1849 d 

3-22-1873 

m 11-21-1867 

Horace D. Gibbs 


457 Capt. Samuel served 

in the war of 1812, 

later moving to 


Rodney, Miss, where he had a general store, thence in 1840 to 


Carroll Co. Mo. 

He married 


McClanahan. 



Issue born in 

Rodney, Miss. 


704a 

Lucian 

b 

d 

1906 

b 

Frank 

b 

d 


c 

Peter 

b 

d 


d 

Horace 

b 

d 


e 


b 

d 


f 


b 

d 


00 

1-0 

"sf- 

Nathaniel 

was a minister and a graduate of Dartmouth 


College. He preached in So. Mendon, Mass, for sometime and 
in 1835 moved to Wakefield, N. H. He married 11-10-1826 
Catherine Knight 

Issue born in Mendon, Mass. 

705 Catherine Knight b 10-9-1827 d 

706 Samuel b 11-25-1829 d 

707 Charles C. b d 


460 Francis was a carpenter and built the first houses in Min¬ 
neapolis, later he was a fruit grower in California. He married 
10-31-1823 Nancy H. dau. Moses and Sarah (Heath) Ingalls, b. 
3-26-1803; d. 1-8-1883. 


Issue born in Bethel, Me. 

708 Frederic Ingalls b 10-3-1825 d 

709 Nathaniel b 6-22-1826 d 


1894 

1904 






JAMES OF ROWLEY, MASS. 


433 


I 710 

Arisina 

b 

11-14-1829 

d 

5-23-1882 


m 


Robbins Brown 


lr 11 

Cullen Bryant 

b 

12-2-1832 

d 

7-6-1855 unm 

17 12 

Albert Francis 

b 

6-2-1836 

d 

10-25-1893 


Catherine Ingalls b 

7-3-1837 

d 

1906 unm 

W 14 

Eli Wright 

b 

9-25-1841 

d 

4-2-1917 

W *5 

Henry Clinton 

b 

10-23-1842 

d 

1923 

461 

Moses was a 

farmer and married 


Ann Blanchard 


Issue born in Bethel, Me. 


I716 

Abigail Ann R. 

b 

10-12-1827 

d 


V 1 ! 

Elizabeth 

b 

4-4-1830 

d 


b 18 

Lucilla C. 

b 

7-29-1833 

d 

11-23-1838 unm 

719 

Martha Antonette b 

12-7-1835 

d 



EIGHTH 

GENERATION 


47 i 

Jacob was a farmer and married 


Throp; 

married (2) 

Throp; married (3) Augusta M. Healey 



Issue born in 



720 

Mary Elizabeth 

b 

11-11-1865 

d 



m 


G. W. Cooper 



721 

John Lynch 

b 

2-22-1867 

d 

* 

478 

Clarence J. married 4-4-1894 Jennie M. Bond 



Issue born in 



722 


b 


d 


723 


b 


d 


724 

Richard 

b 


d 


725 


b 


d 



479 George was educated at Hampden Academy and Bucks- 
port Seminary, Me. In 1868 he was U. S. Consular Agent at 
St. George, N. B. Later he became a banker in Presque Isle, Me. 







434 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


1892-1905. He married 9-2-1868 Mary Ellen, dau. Artemas and 
Roxanna (E ) Latham, b. 2-23-1851; d. 5-21-1888. mar¬ 
ried (2) 1-1-1901 Alice C. Rogers, b. 1872; d. 

Issue born in Caribou, and Presque Isle, Me. 

« 

726 Georgie A. b 4-24-1875 d 

727 Mark b 12-5-1903 d 

480 Charles Vernon was a civil engineer. His son is Principal 
of Goddard Seminary, Barre, Vt. and his daughter is an accom¬ 
plished musician. He married 12-1-1872 Lizzie E. dau. James 
and Mary (Butters) Folsom, b. 4-11-1853; d. 7-6-1875. mar¬ 
ried (2) 9-14-1882 Mrs Sally M. (Walsworth) Comstock, b. 
4-1-1849; d. 1-2-1911. 

Issue born in Exeter, Me. and Chicago, Ill. 

728 Noah Vernon b 12-21-1874 d 

729 Pearle Marie b 6-3-1884 d 


484 Fred went to Presque Isle, Me. 1870 and was in the 
livery business, then sheriff, traveling salesman, storekeeper and 
bank president. He married 12-10-1871 Viola E. dau. Sam’l. and 
Sally (Abbott) Shaw. b. 7-4-1848; d. 16-1913. 


Issue born in Presque Isle, Me. 


730 Roy Morrill 

731 Helen Elvira 

m 

732 Alice Cecilia 

m 

733 Mabel Estelle 

m 


b 4-8-1875 d 

b 1-3-1878 d 

J. E. Roberts 
b 2-21-1879 d 

Ralph W. Chambers 
b 4-22-1881 d 

Wilfred S. Thompson 


485 Frank married 1-1-1875 Mary S. Fernald 


734 John 

735 Bernice 


Issue born in Bangor, Me. 

b d 

b d 


unm 





JAMES OF ROWLEY, MASS. 


435 


491 Lewis Amasa was a lawyer of marked ability with a 
remarkable command of language. He was educated in Union 
College and Albany Law School, graduating in 1875. He joined 
his father in partnership and became a leading lawyer, was two 
[years 1887-89 in the state Legislature. He married 10-14-1875 
Margaret L. dau. Moses L. and Jane S. (Hill) Appleton, b. 

; d. 

Issue born in Bangor, Me. 


736 Lewis Appleton b 

737 Alice Elizabeth b 


1-15-1878 d 
1-28-1888 d 


1925 


499 Charles Roland was in the Civil war in 60th. Reg. Mass. 
|vol. He then conducted a grocery business in Worcester, Mass, 
later moving to Washington, D. C. where he had charge of the 
[files in the Record and Pension Division in the War Dept. He 
[married Mary D. Clark, b. ; d. 4-12-1891; 

|married (2) 10-29-1895 Mabel L. dau. Jeremiah W. and Ellen L. 
(Prouty) Drake, b. 4-11-1862; d. 


738 


Issue born in Worcester, Mass. 

b d y 


unm 


500 Forrest Edson graduated from Wesleyan Univ. 1874, then 
studied law and was admitted to the bar in Worcester 1876, was 
Representative 1883-84. In 1885 was appointed member of the 
[newly created gas commission, by his constructive statesmanship, 
and broad vision, he laid the foundation of government regulation 
of public utilities; in 1894 he was appointed Chairman and served 
until his death. He made several trips to Europe to study lighting 
questions and after investigation, the sliding scale of London was 
applied to the Boston Co. He married 8-11-1881 Flora I. dau. 
Ezekiel and Mary (James) Hovey. b. 4-1-1853; d. 

Issue born in Worcester, Mass. 

739 Luliona May b 10-20-1884 d 

740 Stanley Gilman b 11-26-1887 d 


43 6 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


517 Dr. Frederic Dale graduated Denison Univ. 1882, Medical 
School, Univ. of Penn. 1890, Post graduate work in the Univs. 
of London and Vienna 1894-95, served in the World’s war with 
the Red Cross in France and Germany 1918-19. Is a trustee of 
Denison Univ. and Medical Director of Denison and Shepardson 
College. He married 6-5-1896 Helen R. dau. Marshall O. and 
Mary (Paul) Rice. b. 2-26-1869; d. 10-12-1921. married (2) 
11-3-1922 Mary W. dau. Cyrus M. and Ella (McCarty) Roberts. 
v b. 1-1-1871; d. 

Issue born in Dayton, O. 


741 

742 

743 

744 

745 

746 


Marshall Luther b 

Elsie b 

m 6-19-1920 
Ruth b 

Vernon Judson b 

Fred Agnew b 

Charles Dana b 


4-28-1897 d 

7- 23-1898 d 

Herbert Osborne 
10-21-1899 d 

12-1-1901 d 

8- 12-1904 d 

10-4-1910 d 


9-12-1900 unm 
8-13-1920 unm 


524 Charles Edwin is a famous Physical Culture teacher and 
lecturer, was physical director to President Wm. H. Taft through¬ 
out his office. He married 6-20-1893 Kate Amos b. 
d. ; married (2) Charlotte Me Duffy, 


Issue born in Hastings, Minn. 

747 Juliet Amos b 5-27-1895 d 

525 David Anderson married Gertrude King, b. 

d. 12-1-1888 married (2) 3-11-1894 Edith Nelson 

Issue born in 

748 Adeline E. b 5-4-1895 d 


528 John Dana jr. married 12-4-1893 Cassie Vincent 

Issue born in Girard, Kan. 

749 John David b 9-14-1894 d 

750 Mary Virginia b 6-18-1898 d 

m John McK. Lemler 






JAMES OF ROWLEY, MASS. 


437 


529 Arthur Devol graduated from Marietta College 1892, has 
been Secy, of Wash. Co. Farmers Mutual Ins. Asso. since 1897, 
Operates and lives on a fine farm. He married 10-10-1905 Myra 
B. Kile, b. 2-2-1869; d. 

Issue born in Marietta, O. 

751 Margaret Devol b 2-14-1907 d 


534 George Trent married 1-29-1907 Ella, dau. Sidonius and 
Katy (Wild) Goette. b. 2-26-1885; d. 6-22-1922. 

Issue born in Donaldson and Vachrie, La. 

752 Sidonius b 12-24-1907 d 

753 Jesse b 10-6-1911 d 


537 George Wesley lives in Harper, Kan. and married 8-20- 
1905 Adda L. dau. James A. and Alta (LaRue) Teel. b. 8-3- 
1881; d. 

Issue born in Wellington, Kan. 


754 Thelma June 

755 James Wesley 

756 Anita May 

757 Frank Leon 

758 Richard 

759 Georgiana Jean 


b 6-26-1907 d 
b 8-19-1908 d 
b 5-29-19x0 d 
b 9-14-1911 d 
b 10-5-1913 d 
b 8-21-1922 d 


544 Bailey H. married xi-2-1910 Caro L. dau. Hiram and 
Catherine (Rathbone) Shaw. b. 4-12-1887; d. 

Issue born in Marietta, O. 

760 Catherine Shaw b 10-27-1912 d 

761 Martha Louise b 12-31-1919 d 


549 Charles Ellsworth married 3-14-1888 Lena M. dau. Lean 
der M. and Elizabeth J. (Young) Bradley, b. 2-10-1869; d. 




43^ 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


Issue born in Oxford, Neb. 

762 Elizabeth King b 6-3-1895 d 

551 Sidney Bissell is a carpenter and farmer and married 
11-12-1889 Eva Wrisley, b. d. ; married (2) 

9-26-1897 Mary Gargon, b. 5-7-1871; d. 

Issue born in 

763 George Ellsworth b 7-11-1898 d 

764 Charles Bissell b 5-9-1904 d 

554 John William married Henrietta Waters, 

Issue born in New Brunswick 


765 Olivia 

766 Wesley 

767 Hendrick 

768 Harry 


b d 

b d 

b d 

b 3-29-1875 d 


556 Jacob Moses married 1853 Rosella Dunphy, 




Issue born 

in New Brunswick 


769 

Julia 


b 

6-29-1854 d 



m 


1881 

Wesley Nason 


770 

Emma Patilla 

b 

d y 

unm 

771 

Oscar 


b 

d 


772 

Rosie 


b 

d y 

unm 

773 

Gertrude 


b 

10-18-1859 d 



m 



Judge Lippincott 


774 

Manzer 


b 

d y 

unm 

557 Thomas Abram married Louisa Lingley, b. 


d. 

married 

(2) 

Ellen Large, 




Issue born 

w 

in New Brunswick 


77 S 

Stanley 


b 

d y 

unm 

776 

Adelia 


b 

9-11-1851 d 



m 



Albert Saunderson 


777 

Arthur 


b 

d 


778 

Bartholomew 

b 

d 






JAMES OF ROWLEY, MASS. 439 


1 56] 

William F. married 

Elizabeth A. Sewell 


Issue born 

in Fredericton, N. B. 

[79 

Hannah 

b 


d 


m 


Wm. C. Bolles 


r8o 


b 


d y unm 

181 

Myra 

b 


d 


m 


Heman H. Barbour 

r82 


b 


d y unm 

183 

William 

b 


d 

I84 

Ella G. 

b 

1-17-1846 

d 4-21-1866 

185 


b 


d y unm 

|86 

Charles S. W. 

b 


d 

I87 

Ludlow O. 

b 

5-22-1863 

d 

|88 


b 


d y unm 

1 

George married 10-31-1850 Cynthia 

A. dau. David and 

Sarah M. (Barker) Jewett. 

b. 10-30-1820; 

d. 12-9-1898. 


Issue 

born 

in Kingsclear, N. B. 

789 

Ruth 

b 

2-8-1852 

d 


m 

1874 

Archeleus H. Hartt 

■90 

Sarah Louisa 

b 

7-16-1853 

d 


m 

1885 

John B. Long 


791 

Cynthia Lavinna 

b 

8-14-1855 

d 9-22-1859 unm 

792 

George Alder 

b 

8-25-1858 

d 10-15-1859 unm 

"93 

George Spafford 

b 

12-27-1863 

d 


574 Charles William Smith married Caroline Murphy, 

Issue born in New Brunswick 

794 Frank Albert b 1872 d y unm 

795 Mabel Florence b 1876 d 

m 1902 Chas. Rideout 

796 Ethelyn Hope b 1886 d 5-5-1910 

m Herbert E. Smith 


582 John Spafford married Sarah Love 

Issue born in New Brunswick 

b d 

b d 

b d 


797 

798 

799 




44© 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


586 John Allen married 


Kate Wheeler, 


Issue born in New Brunswick 

800 Harriet B. b d 

m Edward McElvency 


801 Frank H. 

802 Charles B. 


b 

b 


d 

d 


589 Charles Woodbury was a farmer and married 
Ellen Kendal 

Issue born in 

803 b d 

804 b d 


600 Thomas married 


Eliza Orr, 


805 


Issue born in 
b 


606 Dr. Jacob Henry followed in his father’s footsteps and 
became a very successful physician. He married Mary E. 

dau. John S. and Susan L. (Barker) Taylor, b. ; d. ; 

married (2) Sarah Young. 

Issue born in New Brunswick 


806 

Jacob Henry 

b 

d 


807 

William 

b 

d y 

unm 

808 

Ernest 

b 

d 


809 

Beatrice 

b 

d y 

unm 

810 

Matilda 

b 

d 


811 

Stella 

b 

d y 

unm 

812 

Stella 

m 

b 

d 

Rev. Thos. Fessenden 


813 

Muriel Hatheway 

b 

d 


814 

John 

b 

d y 

unm 

815 

Gertrude 

b 

d 



641 Thomas Frederic married Louisa Crosby 

Issue born in New Brunswick 

b d 

b d 

b d 


816 

817 

818 







JAMES OF ROWLEY, MASS. 


441 


645 Henry Ward Beecher married Anna Christie, 

b. d. married (2) Annie Thompson, b. ; 

d. married (3) Rachel Christie, 


Issue born in St. John, N. B. 


819 Louis William 

820 Emma Leontine 

m 

821 Harry Christie 


b 10-1-1879 
b 

F. A. Foster 
b 


d 

d 

d 


652 Ward Harrison married 3-6-1898 Helen Corbett, 

Issue born in 

822 Majorie Louisa b 7-23-1899 d 

823 Archibald Corbett b 10-13-1900 d • 


654 Percy Knight married 1894 Mary H. Me Adam, 


Issue born in New Brunswick 


824 Mildred Elizabeth b 8-3-1897 

825 Sophronia May b 1-22-1899 

826 Charles Burpee b 10-22-1900 

827 Charity Harrison b 9-26-1909 


d 

d 8-14-1910 unm 
d 9-20-1910 unm 
d 


656 Charles Hewlett lived in Ontario, then Wisconsin, and 
now in Middletown, Mich. He married 8-30-1883 Minnie J. dau. 
Rev. F. H. and Rebecca (Franklin) Feetham. b. 4-5-1861; d. 


Issue born in Ont. and Wis. 


828 Mabel Hewlett b 

829 Ernest Franklin b 

830 Edith Hope b 

831 Helen Constance b 


7-19-1884 

3-16-1886 

9-10-1890 

3-15-1894 


d 10-24-1891 unm 
d 
d 
d 


662 Enoch Seymour married 7-26-1897 Inez E. dau. Ralph W. 
and Sarah (Hamilton) Grinnell. 





442 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


Issue born in Edmonton, Can. 


832 Ethel Verne b 

m 5-22-1920 

833 Joseph Archibald b 

834 Gordon Seymour b 

835 Howard b 


5-19-1898 d 

Robt. H. Moss 
12-29-1901 d 

11-27-1904 d 

3-11-1913 d 


663 Rev. Franklin Whitehead graduated Univ. of New Bruns¬ 
wick 1892 B.A. Bangor, Me. Theological Sem. 1895, Post grad, 
year Yale Divinity School 1899-1900. Has held Cong, pastorates 
in Maine, Mass, and Conn. He married 6-20-1895 Mary A. dau. 
Wm. and Mary ( ) Smith, b. 2-16-1874; d. 8-25-1909. 

Issue born in Maine and Mass. 

836 Margaret Jean b 10-23-1897 d 

m 9-15-1920 W. K. Graham 

837 Muriel Annie b 5-4-1901 d 8-25-1922 unm 

838 Francis Smith b 7-10-1907 d 


673 Frederic H. W. is a prosperous farmer and married 10-5- 
1889 Mary E. Tupper, 

Issue born in Sheffield, N. B. 

839 Bertram Tupper b 4-28-1900 d 

840 Ralph Whitehead b 10-24-1904 d 

841 Reginald Hebr H. b 5-21-1907 d 

842 Perley Kierstead b 7-9-1910 d 

683 Charles Woodville was a successful farmer and married 
9-9-1878 Marilla E. dau. Andrew and Jane (Paine Quint) Dunn, 
b. 7-31-1854; d. married (2) 9-16-1908 Edith M. dau. 

Albert and Charlotte ( .) Venning, b. 5-34-1863; d. 

Issue born in Sheffield, N. B. 

843 William Harrison b 5-12-1880 d 11-17-1910 

690 Dr. Benjamin Fordyce was a graduate of Bowdoin Col¬ 
lege 1837 A.M. Harvard Medical 1840, Degree of LL.D. was 





JAMES OF ROWLEY, MASS. 


443 


conferred 1878 Columbia Univ., 1884 Univ. of Edinburgh, 1887 
Bowdoin College, 1888 Univ. of Glasgow. He practiced in Nor¬ 
wich, Conn, moving to New York City 1850. He had part in 
the organization of the N. Y. Medical College. Was President of 
the N. Y. Academy of Medicine 1879-85, one of the founders 
and first President of the American Gynecological Socy. 1876, 
Consulting obstetrician of Bellevue Hospital from 1855-91. He 
was a lecturer and writer as well as a most able physician and 
still more was a great man with a love for everything noble. He 
married 9-14-1843 Elizabeth L. dau. James S. and Elizabeth (Lee) 
Dwight, b. 7-27-1824; d. 


Issue born in Norwich, Ct. and N. Y. City 


844 Fordyce Dwight b 12-27-1847 d 12-8-1893 

845 Florence Elizabeth b 2-1-1853 d 3-24-1853 unm 

696 John was a man of ability and integrity, holding many 
offices of importance in town affairs, member of state legislature, 
also County Commissioner. He married 11-29-1860 Mary J. dau. 
Duane and Maria (Clark) Rose, 


Issue born in Bethel, Me. 


846 Clarence Eugene b 11-17-1861 d 

847 Arthur E. b 9-8-1863 d 

848 Mary Ellen b 4-11-1868 d 

849 Alice Maria b 2-25-1874 d 


704a Lucian married 


Mary Withers 


Issue born in Carrollton, Mo. 
849a John T. b 8-2-1877 d 


707 Charles C. was a successful doctor and married 
Eliza M. Grover 

Issue born in 


850 Grace 


m 


b 


d 

Albert N. Lattin 






444 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


709 Nathaniel was a well known farmer and married 10-19- 
1851 Hannah H. Eaton, b. 7-31-1829; d. 

Issue born in Wells, Me. 


851 Wenonah Adalaide b 

m 9-14-1883 

852 Cullen Bryant b 

853 Wilbur Haven b 

854 Abigail Eaton b 

m 

855 John Lane b 

m 6-8-1896 


10-19-1852 d 

Chas. W. Black 
7-31-1857 d 

5-29-1862 d 

2-23-1865 d 

Geo. L. Willis 
10-1-1867 d 

Grace Robbins 


1-19-1862 unm 


No issue 


712 Albert Francis graduated from Gould’s Acad, and served 
in the Civil war, Serg. Co. E. Minn. vols. Later he became a 
successful druggist. He married 11-14-1860 Eliza, dau. Joseph 
and Mary (Perkins) Brown, b. 11-6-1841; d. 


Issue born in Monticello, Minn. 


856 Nellie I. 

857 Frederic I. 

858 Bert M. 

859 George V. 

860 Mae G. 

m 


b 3-19-1866 d 

b 8-25-1869 d 

b 2-4-1872 d 

b 2-14-1875 d 

b 6-30-1878 d 

1909 Ingmar Boraas 


714 Eli Wright was a farmer and married 2-10-1876 Lydia U. 
dau. Pinckney and Betsey (Austin) Burnham, b. 4-11-1847; d. 

Issue born in Bethel, Me. 

861 Guy Burnham b 3-2-1884 d 

862 Philip Merton b 6-26-1889 d 


715 Henry Clinton was a carriage maker, served in the Civil 
war 1861-65. Co. H. 13 Reg. Maine vols. inf. and Co. G. 30 
Reg. Me. vol. inf., was constable for 10 years. He married 
10-30-1865 Ellen M. dau. Simeon F. and Mary (Abbot) Frost, 
b. ; d. 11-30-1892. 


I 






JAMES OF ROWLEY, MASS. 


445 


Issue born in Bethel, Me. 


863 

Evangeline 

b 

12-18-1866 

d 

864 

b 


d 

865 

Frances Bernice 

b 

12-25-1878 

d 


NINTH GENERATION 

721 John Lynch married Maude M. Burrowes 

Issue born in Portland, Me. 

866 Ruth Sumner b 4-29-1892 d 

867 Eleanor b 4-7-1894 d 

868 John Clement b 3-5-1898 d 

730 Roy Morrill won A.B. Colby College 1897, had a general 
store 1897-1913, grocery store 1913-20 and now automobiles etc. 
He married 2-6-1906 Lucy E. dau. Jarvis and Emma (Brown) 
Haywood, b. 11-29-1872; d. 

Issue born in Presque Isle, Me. 

869 Nathaniel b 5-18-1907 d 

870 Mary Gordon b 11-25-1908 d 

871 Rosamond Fuller b 6-5-1910 d 

872 Eleanor Haywood b 8-29-1913 d 

740 Stanley Gilman graduated from Wesleyan Univ. and 
Harvard Law School, and has become a successful lawyer, is a 
member of the Common Council of Worcester, Mass. During 
the World’s war, he served as captain of the Coast Artillery. He 
married 10-2-1920 Margaret, dau. David P. and Lillie ( ) 

Oaksmith. b. 

Issue born in Worcester, Mass. 

873 Edward Gilman b 2-24-1922 d 

874 Shirley Lou b 11-23-1924 d 


741 Marshall Luther married 6-12-1922 Miriam Galloway 

Issue born in Hamilton, O. 

875 Charles Wilson b 2-12-1924 d 

876 Marshall Luther b 5-3-1926 d 






446 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


763 George Ellsworth married 7-10-1920 Anna, dau. 
and Mary (Hubler) Howorth. b. 7-27-1897; d. 


877 Gerald 

878 Ethel May 


Issue born in 

b 3 - 25-1923 
b 6-10-1924 


d 

d 


766 Wesley was a farmer and married 
b. ; d. ; married (2) 


879 

880 

881 

882 


Issue born in New Brunswick 


b 

b 

b 

b 


d 

d 

d 

d 



Dykeman, 
Mary Fraser 


768 Harry married King, 

Issue born in New Brunswick 

883 b d 

884 b d 

885 b d 

777 Arthur married Abigail Flagler 

Issue born in New Brunswick 

886 b d 

■ 

i ' 

■ J 

787 Ludlow Osmond married 9-23-1878 Elizabeth, dau. Job 
and Mary (Thompson) Case. b. 5-26-1855; d. 12-13-1879. 
married (2) 

Issue born in Westerly, R. I. 

887 Ludlow Osmond jr. b 4-20-1882 d 

801 Frank H. was a farmer and married Rachel 

Armagast 











JAMES OF ROWLEY, MASS. 


447 


Issue born in New Brunswick 


888 

Josephine 

b 

d 

889 

Allen 

b 

d 

890 

Frederic 

b 

d 

891 

Edward 

b 

d 

892 

Helen 

b 

d 

893 

Isabella 

b 

d 

802 

Charles B. 

married 

Mary Paulson 


Issue born in New Brunswick 

894 b d 

895 b d 

896 b d 


829 Ernest Franklin won B.S. 1908 Univ. of Rochester, N. Y., 
M.A. 1913 Univ. of Mich, also Ph.D. 1915. Fellow of National 
Research Council 1919-23. is now asso. Prof, of Physics in Univ. 
of Michigan. He married 12-27-1916 Emma, dau. John T. and 
Ella (Crowley) Swigart. b. 

Issue born in Ann Arbor, Mich. 

897 Paul b 6-11-19 22 d 

843 William Harrison married 2-8-1906 Muriel Cambridge 

Issue born in New Brunswick 

898 Charles Perley b 12-19-1906 d 

899 Harold William b 5-5-1908 d 


844 Fordyce Dwight moved to New York City with his 
parents when two years old. He was educated at private schools 
and Exeter, N. PI., Dresden and Versailles. He became a banker, 
a sportsman and active in social life. He married 5-8-1878 Emily 
F. dau. Sarn’l D. and Elizabeth C. (Franklin) Babcock, b. 1-12- 
1855; d. 4-24-1925. 




448 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


Issue born in New York City. 

900 Elsie Crary F. b 4-4-1879 d 

m 2-6-1900 Murray W. Dodge 

901 Lillian Lee F. b 4-4-1883 d 

m Franklin B. Lord 


849a John T. was admitted to the Bar 1898, was in the state 
Legislature from 1907-13, was Attorney General from 1914-17 
and now is in private legal practice. He married 4-28-1900 
Majorie, dau. John and Mary ( ) Fisher. 

Issue born in Carrollton, Mo. 

902 Mildred b d 


853 Wilbur Haven married 9-14-1896 Augusta Warner, b. 
d. 5-1-1905; married (2) 1914 Mrs Nettie Brown, 

Issue born in Saco, Me. 

903 Fred Robbins b d 


858 Bert M. is a successful druggist and married 7-15-1896 
Nettie F. dau. Don F. and Julia H. (Bertram) Fuller, b. 12-31- 
1873; d. 

Issue born in Monticello, Minn. 


904 Albert F. 

905 Eleanor G. 

906 Stanley F. 

907 Malcom Leroy 


b 7-21-1899 d 
b 11-5-1902 d 
b 4-8-1905 d 
b 2-8-1908 d 


TENTH GENERATION 

903 Fred Robbins married Maida Longee 


908 Richard 


Issue born in Saco, Me. 
b d 




SAMUEL OF DELAWARE 





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PENN TREATY ELM AND FAIRMAN S MANSION 
























SAMUEL OF DELAWARE 


Sir William Penn had a claim upon the Government of England 
of sixteen thousand pounds, this was not settled before his death, 
so was inherited by his son William. In 1681 the claim was paid 
by granting to the son, large territories in North America (the 
present state of Pennsylvania). 

In 1682 William Penn came to America on the ship Welcome 
and with him came his friend Samuel Barker, who belonged to the 
Society of Friends. 

On March 27, 1685, a grant was made by William Penn of 200 
acres of land and purchased by Samuel Barker. It was located in 
what is now New Castle Co. Delaware and was called Barkers 
Bridge. Here the homestead was built and remained in the family 
until the death of William Barker in 1840. 

There is no record yet found of whom Samuel Barker married. 
He died intestate July 1720 and was buried in the Old Swedes 
Churchyard in Wilmington, Del. 

Issue born in Barkers Bridge, Del. 

b d 1-20-1755 

b -1704 d 1748 

b 9-25-1706 d 

William Richardson 
b d 

William Hicks 


SECOND GENERATION 

2 Joseph was a farmer and married 9-27-1716 in Old Swedes 
Church, Wilmington, Del. Johanna dau. of Gov. Joshua and Mary 
( ) Clayton 

Issue born in Barkers Bridge, Del. 


6 

Marie 

b 

9-24-1718 

d unm 

7 

Samuel 

b 

3-20-1721 

d 10-27-1803 

8 

Rebecca 

m 

b 

Few 

d 

9 

Susanna 

m 

b 

Edward Carrill 

d 


2 Joseph 

3 Daniel 

4 Mary 

m 

5 Anna 

m 



45 2 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


3 Daniel was a farmer and married Elizabeth Nichols 


Issue born in Barkers Bridge, Del. 


10 Dorcas b 

11 Robert b 

12 Elizabeth b 

m 

13 Nicholas b 

14 Samuel b 

15 John b 


d 

1733 d 

d 

Barry 

5-8-1737 d 3-24-1826 

1739 d 10-27-1803 

1741 d 


THIRD GENERATION 

7 Samuel was a farmer. A vestryman in St James church 
I 79 I_ 9 2 and in 1801. He married 10-10-1750 Rachel, dau. Jere¬ 
miah and Mary (Ogle) Ball, b. 7-24-1732; d. 


16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

2 5 

26 

27 


Issue born in Barkers Bridge, Del. 


Mary 

m 

Joseph 

Esther 

m 

Abner 

Jeremiah 

William 

Rachel 

m 

Abraham 

Jesse 

Anna 

David 

Jacob 


b 

5 - 9-1773 

b 

b 

b 

b 

b 

b 

6-I3-I794 

b 

b 

b 

b 

b 


6-6-1752 d 
Rev. Moses Mcknight 


6- 10-1754 d 

8- -1757 d 

Theophilus Evans 

7- 31-1760 d 

2-22-1764 d 

d 

10-24-1769 d 
Joseph Evans 

1771 d 

1773 d 

d 

d 

d 


12-27-1795 

5-27-1810 

7-8-1829 

7-26-1842 

1840 unm 
12-31-1858 

1803 

7-26-1852 unm 


11 Robert married 10-10-1764 Deborah Jordan of Wilmington, 
Del. 


Issue born in 


28 Robert 


b 


1776 d 


SAMUEL OF DELAWARE 


453 


13 Nicholas was a farmer and moved to North Carolina. He 
married Hannah, dau. John and Phebe Allen b. 7-10 

1741; d. 12-10-1834. 




Issue born in 

Randolph Co. N. 

c. 

29 

Amy 

b 

1-18-1764 

d 

5-19-1839 


m 


Charles Cox 



30 

Elizabeth 

b 

5-17-1766 

d 


31 

Abner 

b 

8-11-1768 

d 


32 

John 

b 

4-7-1771 

d 

4-3-1849 

33 

Isaac 

b 

12-5-1773 

d 


34 

Enoch 

b 

9-6-1776 

d 

9-14-1848 

35 

Nicholas 

b 


d 



14 Samuel was a farmer and married 4-25-1763 Margaret 


Greenfield b. 

; d. 

; married (2) Rebecca 



Issue born 

in Ashboro, N. C. 


36 

Joshua 

b 

1765 d 

1850 

37 

Bishop 

b 

1767 d 

38 

James 

b 

1769 d 


39 

Samuel 

b 

d 


40 

William 

b 

1771 d 


4 i 

Jeremiah 

b 

1 773 d 

1842 

42 

Dorcas 

b 

d 


43 

Elizabeth 

b 

d 



15 John moved to North Carolina and his wife was captured 
by the Indians. He married 9-11-1765 Miriam Craig 

Issue born in Alamance Co. N. C. 

44 Amy b d 3-9- 1 793 

m Capt. Abraham Staats 


FOURTH GENERATION 

17 Joseph served with distinction in the Revolutionary War, 
was Captain of the ship Gen. Montgomery, 14 guns and 120 men 
in 1776. Of the Artillery in 1777. He married 2-21-1779 Mary, 






454 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


dau. of the last Colonial Governor of Delaware, Hon. Thomas and 
( ) Collins b. 5-25-1763 d. 12-27-1793; married 

(2) 2-7-1797 Agnes Sipple b. 1777. d. 11-12-1797; married 

(3) 2-19-1799 Margaret, dau. Hon John and ( ) 

Laws, b. 1777; d. 8-2-1819. 


Issue born in Barkers Bridge, Del. 


45 Elizabeth b 

46 Sarah b 

47 Maria b 

m 1-28-1803 

48 Susan b 

49 Thomas Collins b 

50 William Samuel b 


10-30-1781 d 12-10-1792 unm 

9- 28-1783 d 9-27-1803 unm 

10- 3-1785 d 7-22-1857 

Dr. Geo. Stevenson 

1-3-1788 d 7-22-1790 unm 

2-11-1790 d 6-6-1815 

4-11-1792 d 


19 Abner, when 16 went horseback to Carlisle, Pa. and took 
a position in a general store, in a few years he bought an interest 
and soon was sole owner. He sold out in 1782 and went to 
Pittsburgh, Pa. becoming a leading merchant. His brothers 
Jeremiah, Joseph and Jesse joined him in business. He was 
vestryman in Old Trinity Church and one of the incorporators of 
the Western University of Pa., (now the Pittsburg Univ.). He 
married 9-18-1800 Ellen, dau. of Jacob and Mary Ellen (Butler) 
Scandrett, b. 12-12-1780; d. 3-7-1833. 


51 

52 

53 

54 

55 

56 

57 

58 

59 

60 


Issue born in Pittsburgh, Pa. 


Maria Butler b 

Richard Butler b 

Horatio Nelson b 

Wm. James B. b 

John Woods b 

Jean Ann b 

Jesse Edward b 

Ellen Butler b 

m 3-21-1837 
Thomas A. b 

Geo. Stevenson b 


7-1-1801 d 

11-23-1803 d 

12-7-1805 d 

2-28-1809 d 

2-23-1811 d 

7-10-1814 d 

5-8-1816 d 

7-19-1818 d 

Samuel P. Adams 
4-5-1821 d 

6-21-1824 d 


12-16-1802 unm 
8-4-1860 
4-25-1864 unm 
9-14-1827 unm 
3-10-1835 unm 
2-19-1815 unm 
8-14-1817 unm 
8-2-1901 

2-15-1859 
1-11-1892 


20 Jeremiah was in business with his brothers Abner and Jesse 
in Pittsburgh, Pa. later moving to Virginia. He married 





SAMUEL OF DELAWARE 


455 


Sarah, dau. of Gov. and ( ) Heth of 

Va. b. 5-19-1772; d. 11-3-1825. 


Issue born in Winchester, Va. 


w 

M 

Agnes 

b 

3-24-1792 

d 

3-1-1840 


m 

3-6-1811 

Morgan Neville 


62 

Samuel 

b 

1-14-1795 

d 

unm 

63 

Henry Heth b 

6-24-1797 

d 

1- -1831 

64 

Susanna 

b 

5-28-1799 

d 11-17-1799 unm 

55 

Joseph 

b 

12-8-1800 

d 

2-10-1826 unm 

66 

Rachel 

b 

7-14-1803 

d 

9-12-1872 


m 

6-5-1828 

Charles Foster 


67 

Sarah 

b 

12-24-1805 

d 



m 

6-17-1828 

Charles M. 

Strader 


68 

William 

b 

8-13-1808 

d 

7-30-1836 

69 

Jessie 

b 

9-15-1811 

d 

7- -1833 unm 

70 

Abraham 

b 

9-15-18x1 

d 

5- -1833 unm 


28 Robert 
married 


moved to Tenn. in 1812. 
Mrs Nancy Dearborn 


He was a farmer and 


71 Elizabeth 
m 


Issue born in North Carolina 

b 1803 d 

Kendrick 


31 Abner moved to Indiana and married Lydia 


72 Nathan 

73 Nicholas 


Issue born in 

b 4-23-1792 
b 


d 

d 


32 John was a farmer and married 

married (2) Ruth Mendenhall 


Mary Osborne 


74 Simeon 

75 Nicholas 

76 Mathew 

77 Mary 

78 Edith 


Issue born in North Carolina 

b xo-19-1793 d 

b 10-30-1795 d 

b ix-ix-1797 d 

b ii-9-1799 d 

b 3-3-1801 d 






456 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


79 Rachel 

80 Amy 

81 Enoch 

82 John 

83 Elizabeth 

84 David 


b 12-8-1802 d 
b 8-7-1804 d 
b 12-29-1806 d 
b 3-11-1809 d 
b 2-9-1811 d 
b 8-16-1814 d 




34 Enoch married 1800 at Cane 
Elizabeth, dau. of John and Mary ( 
1782; d. 11-30-1834. 


Creek, North Carolina, 
) Davis, b. 12-26- 


85 Sarah 

m 

86 Daniel 

87 Nicholas 

88 John 

89 Isaac 

90 Seth 

91 ...... 

92 Mary 

m 

93 Hannah 

m 

94 Elisha 

95 Thomas 


Issue born in 


b 

1-1-1824 

b 

b 

b 

b 

b 

b 

b 

b 

b 

b 


11-29-1801 d 

Thomas Cox 
10-7-1803 d 

9-11-1805 d 

2-12-1807 d 

1- 19-1810 d 

8- 13-1812 d 

2- 22-1814 d 

9- 20-1815 d 

David Farlow 

3-5-1818 d 

Mahlon Hackett 

4-15-1822 d 

7-16-1827 d 


10-16-1846 

1-1-1892 

5-16-1846 

12-28-1890 

1820 unm 
1894 

2-22-1814 unm 



36 Joshua was a farmer and married 


Vestal 


96 Samuel 

97 Brantley 

98 Tillman 

99 Jesse 

100 Minnie 

101 Rachel 

102 Ruth 


Issue born in 

b 

b 

b 

b 

b 

b 

b 


North Carolina 

d 

d 

d 

d 

d 

d 

d 


37 Bishop lived at Brush Creek, N. C. and married 
Panveds 











SAMUEL OF DELAWARE 


457 


Issue born in Brush Creek, N. C. 


103 

Henderson 

b 

d 

104 

Daniel 

b 

d 

105 

Andrew 

b 

d 

106 

Price 

b 

d 

107 

Richmond 

b 

d 

108 

Thomas 

b 

d 


39 Samuel was a Baptist and resided in Mt. Zion, N. C, moved 
to Indiana in 1830. He married Walls. ; 

larried (2) Carness 

Issue born in Mt. Zion, N. C. 

I109 Rebecca b d 

m Reynolds 


no Sibyl 


m 


Swain 


40 William was a farmer and a Baptist. He moved to Indiana 
in 1830. He married 


in John 

112 Samuel 

113 Jordan 

114 William 

115 Mary 

m 

116 Hannah 
m 

117 Sarah 

m 


118 

119 

120 

121 

122 

123 


Issue born in Brush Creek, N. C. 

b d 

b d 

b d 

b 12-7-1802 d 

b d 

Francis Me Daniel 

d 

John Fox 


b 

b 


Toller 


41 Jeremiah married 

Issue born in 


Dorcas 

Rebecca 


b 

b 

b 

b 

b 

b 


d 

d 

d 

d 

d 

d 


3-25-1876 



45 8 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


FIFTH GENERATION 

49 Thomas Collins was a doctor and died in Cincinnati, (X 
He married Julia 

Issue born in 

124 Mary Jane b 3-31-1815 d 1830 unm 


52 Richard Butler was a physician. He married 1826 

Eliza, dau. Thos. Hunter of Ireland, b. 6-5-1809; d. 3-12-1889. 


Issue born in Beaver, Pa. 


125 Richard Butler 

126 Emily Dowees 

127 Abner 

128 Eliza 

m 

129 Ellen 

130 Mary 

131 Frank 

132 Ada 

133 Jesse J. 

134 James R. Butler 


b 8-26-1827 d 

b 11-9-1828 d 

b 3-4-1831 d 

b 4-29-1833 d 

1852 James W. Craft 
b 10-7-1835 d 

b 12-25-1837 d 

b 2-27-1840 d 

b 9-2-1844 d 

b 12-28-1846 d 

b 3-23-1849 d 


1-26-1828 unm 
5-25-1833 unm 
2-5-1833 unm 
5-27-1894 

5-27-1837 unm 
9-4-1853 unm 
1-6-1841 unm 
1-17-1856 unm 
5-20-1915 
11-27-1863 unm 


59 Thomas A. was a merchant and married 1843 Eliza, 
dau. John and Alisanna (Wilson) O’Kely, b. 10-21-1820; d. 3-27- 


1862. 


Issue born in New Brighton, Pa. 


135 George O’Kely b 

136 Frank A. b 

137 Harry T. b 

138 Ellen O. b 

m 10-20-1881 


4-28-1844 d 
1-9-1847 d 
8—28—1849 d 

3-11-1854 d 
Henry C. Brown 


10- 6-1849 unm 

11- 9-1879 


60 George Stevenson married 9-14-1847, Rebecca, dau. of 
David and Elizabeth (Townsend) Hoopes; b. 2-8-1824; d. 5-22- 
1898. 


SAMUEL OF DELAWARE 


459 


Issue born in New Brighton, Pa. 


139 

Charles A. 

b 

4-16-1848 d 

140 

Louis H. 

b 

9-6-1851 d 

141 

William S. 

b 

2-24-1855 d 

142 

Frederick G. 

b 

9-10-1857 d 

143 

Caroline H. 

b 

1-23-1860 d 


m 6-18-1885 

Henry A. Barrett 

144 

Elizabeth 

b 

11-27-1863 d 


m 2-24 

-1892 

David A. Garden 

63 

Henry Heth married 




Issue born in 

145 

dau 

b 

d 


72 

Nathan married 

Ruth 




Issue born in Indiana 


146 

Hannah 

b 

2-28-1816 

d 

147 

Lydia 

b 

3-2-1818 

d 

148 

Mary 

b 

10-10-1819 

d 

149 

Charles 

b 

12-17-1821 

d 

150 

Achsah 

b 

2-14-1824 

d 

151 

Abner 

b 

7-20-1826 

d 


12-25-1892 


Baker 


b. 12-5-1797 


73 Nicholas married 


Sarah Purvoe 


Issue born in Indiana 


152 Abner b d 

153 Rebecca b d 

154 Sarah b d 

155 Hannah b d 

156 Thomas b d 

157 Randolph b d 


86 Daniel married 2-17-1825 Lydia Cox 

Issue born in 

1-15-1826 
b 9-20-1827 


158 Rebecca 

159 Enoch 


d 11-16-1827 unm 
d 





460 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


160 

Asenath 

b 

6-5-1829 

d 


m 

9-13-1858 

Gideon Cox 


161 

Bridget 

b 

8-27-1830 

d 


m 


Samuel Anderson 


2 m 


E. Lee 


162 

Mahlon 

b 

9-19-1833 

d 

163 

Sarah 

b 

n-5-1835 

d 

164 

Elizabeth 

b 

1-24-1838 

d 


m 


W. Lloyd 


165 

Elzena 

b 

3-31-1840 

d 

m 


W. Shields 


166 

Caleb 

b 

3-7-1842 

d 

167 

Sophia 

b 

4-4-1844 

d 


m 


Frank Marley 


168 

Daniel 

b 

3-12-1846 

d 

169 

Nevens 

b 

3-12-1849 

d 


7-12-1863 

1-5-1892 


87 

Nicholas married 11- 

-8-1827 Catherine Cox 


• 

Issue born in 


170 

Jonathan 

b 

10-24-1828 

d 4-16-1850 

171 

Elizabeth 

b 

9-1-1830 

d 10-18-1852 

172 

Mary 

b 

12-19-1832 

d 


m 


Thos. T. Hinshaw 

i 73 

Simeon 

b 

9-14-1835 

d 

174 

Ezra 

b 

2-10-1838 

d 

i 75 

Cyrus 

b 

9-8-1840 

d 

176 

Nathan 

b 

3-7-1843 

d 

1 77 

Amy 

b 

10-5-1846 

d 


m 


J. H. Craven 



88 John married 3-20-1832 Anna Cox 


Issue born in 


178 

Phebe 

b 

1-18-1833 

d 

179 

Elizabeth 

b 

2-22-1835 

d 

180 

Mary 

b 

5-30-1837 

d 

181 

Isaac 

b 

9-15-1839 

d 

182 

Rebecca 

b 

2-27-1842 

d 

183 

Esther 

b 

4-24-1845 

d 

184 

Sarah 

b 

12-1-1847 

d 



SAMUEL OF DELAWARE 


461 


90 Seth married Margaret Cox 


Issue born in 


185 

Catherine 

b 

11-11-1834 

d 

186 

Elizabeth 

b 

9-23-1836 

d 

187 

Hannah 

b 

12-23-1838 

d 

188 

Huldah 

b 

12-1-1840 

d 


m 


J. Hinshaw 


189 

Rachel 

b 

3-25-1842 

d 

190 

Mary 

b 

10-25-1844 

d 

191 

Seth 

b 

2-18-1847 

d 

192 

Benjamin 

b 

1-9-1851 

d 

94 

Elisha married 


Hannah J. 

Allen 



Issue born in 


193 

Amelia 

b 

9-24-1855 

d 

194 

Martha 

b 

5-25-1858 

d 

195 

John Gurney 

b 

12-18-1860 

d 

hi 

John married 


Rebecca 




Issue born in 


196 

Isaac 

b 

1820 

d 

197 

Mary 

b 

1823 

d 

198 

Elizabeth 

b 


d 


m 


S. W. Boggs 


199 

Nathan 

b 


d 

200 

Riley 

b 


d 


SIXTH GENERATION 

133 Jesse J. attended the Seminary at Waynesburg, Pa., later 
after the family moved to Philadelphia, Pa. he graduated from 
high school. He entered the Penn Mutual Life Insurance Co. in 
January 1875 in the Actuary Dept., five years later he was elected 
Actuary, and held this office until 1907 when he resigned and was 




1 


462 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


appointed Consulting Actuary and so remained until his death 
He took much interest in collecting data of the Barker Family 
He married 1-29-1873 Mary W., dau. James H. and Elizabeth 
(Wilhelm) Cook. b. 9-29-1851; d. 


Issue born in Philadelphia, Pa. 


201 

202 

203 

204 

205 


Ralph Emerson 
Elizabeth Cook 
Edith 
Neville 
Pierce 


206 Ruth Mary 


b 

b 

b 

b 

b 

b 


7-6-1874 d 

4-7-1877 d 

9-27-1878 d 

4-8-1880 d 

8-30-1883 d 

6-2-1885 d 


5-18-1882 unm 


136 Frank A. married 


1871 Emma Noble 


Issue born in New Brighton, Pa. 
207 Harry N. b 8-29-1872 d 


137 Harry T. married 1872 Annie V. dau. Geo. C. and 
Sarah (Thompson) McLean. 

Issue born in New Brighton, Pa. 

208 George McLean b 4-24-1874 d 12-1-1885 untn 

209 Adele b 6-6-1876 d 1886 unm 


139 Charles A. had a high school and commercial education, j 
Was actively interested in banking and the manufacture of clay 1 
products until 1902. He moved to California in 1903 and assisted j 
in the development of the Imperial Valley, Cal. but is now retired. 
He married 9-14-1876, Jean Darsie, dau. of Thos. and Annie L. 
(McKinzie) Farley, b. 8-9-1852; d. 

Issue born in New Brighton, Pa. I 

210 Annie Farley b 10-19-1877 d 10-1-1904 unm] 

211 Rebecca Louise b 8-10-1879 d 

m 2-3-1917 Clarence E. Ganso 

212 Jean Darsie b 11-19-1882 d 12-23-1888 unm! 

213 Charles A. b 11-6-1893 d 










SAMUEL OF DELAWARE 


463 


214 Richard 

215 Katherine 
m 

216 Eleanor 
m 


142 Frederick G. married 10-11-1888 Gertrude, dau. Hon. 
Charles C. and Julia S. (Bradford) Townsend, b. 2-29-1868; 
d. 7-4-1889; married (2) Juliette, sister of his first wife, b. 11-3- 
1866 

Issue born in New Brighton, Pa. 

5-20-1896 unm 


141 William Scandrett married 3-15-1888 Elizabeth McKeown 

Issue born in Pittsburgh, Pa. 


b 

b 

12-1922 

b 

8-31-1923 


1889 d 

12-2-1890 d 

Howard L. Fussell 
12-25-1891 d 

Henry L. Ward 


1889 unm 


217 

Gertrude 

b 

2-29-1892 

d 5 - 

218 

Dorothy 

b 

s-5-1894 

d 


m 

6-1920 

Richard M. 

Bourne 

219 

Rebecca 

b 

9-18-1895 

d 


m 

9- -1923 

Eugene P. Pendergras 

220 

George S. 

b 

9-18-1895 

d 

221 

Margaret 

b 

3-18-1897 

d 

222 

Frederick 

b 

10-27-1899 

d 

223 

Juliette 

b 

1-29-1902 

d 

224 

Richard Hoopes b 

1-26-1906 

d 


162 Mahlon married 9-7-1859 Phebe Mendenhall 


Issue born in 

225 Solomon E. b d 

226 Anderson M. b d 


196 Isaac married 


227 Mary Jane 

228 Rachel 

229 John 

230 

231 Oren 

232 James 


Issue born in 

b 

b 

b 1845 

b 
b 
b 


d 

d 

d 

d 

d 

d 



464 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


SEVENTH GENERATION 

201 Ralph Emerson was educated in Philadelphia, Pa. and 
is with the General Electric Co. He married 4-18-1911 A. Flor¬ 
ence, dau. Andrew M. and Levinia M. (Lunt) Babb. b. 

Issue born in Lynn, Mass. 

233 Frederick P. b 6-13-1916 d 


205 Pierce studied to become a metallurgical engineer. He 
married 8-28-1916 Catherine, dau. Wm. F. and Ada E. ( ) 

Mcgee of St. Paul, Minn. b. 

Issue born in Newark, N. J. 

234 Pierce jr. b 11-23-1919 d 


213 Charles Abner jr. had a high school and commercial 
education, was asst, cashier in the National Bank of Los Angeles, 
Cal. 1916-1921. In 1922 he became Manager of the American 
Oriental Bank at Foochow, China. He married 2-21-1922 Ruth, 
dau. Louis H. and Agnes ( ) Farnsworth, b. 10-15-1899; 

d. 

Issue born in Foochow, China, and Salt Lake City, Utah 

235 Ruth F. b 2-19-1923 d 

236 Agnes Jean b 9-2-1924 d 

231 Oren married 

Issue born in 


237 Lee 


b 


d 





VIRGINIA BARKERS 





t 

I 


y 


i 

* 


!| 










JAMES OF VIRGINIA 

While there were Barkers in Virginia as early as 1624, the first 
record found of James Barker is that he was born in England in 
1726, was a Captain of a British Man of War, he came to America 
soon after his marriage and served under Gen. Geo. Washington 
at Braddock’s Defeat in 1755. He married 1751 Mary Smith 
of Portsmouth, Eng. 

Issue born in Richmond, Va. 

2 Isaac b d 

3 b d 

4 Jacob b 1761 d 


SECOND GENERATION 
2 Isaac was a farmer and married 

Issue born in Buckingham Co., Va. 

5 Isaac b 1773 d 6-11-1869 

4 Jacob ran a flat boat on the James riyer and married 
1786 Susan Garner of France. 

Issue born in Amherst Co., Va. 

b d 

b d 

b d 

b 3-14-1796 d 2-14-1837 

b d 


THIRD GENERATION 

5 Isaac was a hunter and farmer, moving in 1807 to Kanawha 
Co. W. Va. settling on the big Coal river, after his son Joseph H. 
at 14 killed a panther, it was called Panther Branch. He married 
Spicy Scott. 


6 

7 

8 Isaac 

9 William A. 
10 





468 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


Issue born in Kanawha Co. and Boone Co. W. Va. 


11 James 

12 Eliza 

13 Spicy 

14 Nancy- 

15 Joseph H. 

16 John R. 

17 Mary 

m 

18 Jacob 

19 Isaac 

20 Susan 

21 Daniel 


b 

b 

b 

b 

b 12-25-1811 

b 

b 

Jas. Barker 
b 
b 
b 
b 


d 

d 

d 

d 

d 6-12-1880 

d 

d 

d 

d 

d 

d 




i 


9 William served in the war of 1812 as private in Capt. Left- 
wick’s Co. of Va. and was a man of distinct intellectuality. He 
married 1817 Sarah, dau. Jas. and Sarah (Dollard) Hobbs, 
b. 2-2-1800; d. 7-8-1878. 

I 

Issue born in Bedford Co., Va. 


22 James Burwell 

23 Mary Vienna 

m 

24 Massena Calloway 

25 William E. 

26 Anderson Leftridge 

27 Thomas Jefferson 

28 Susan Frances 

m 
2 m 

29 Joseph Granville 


b 1818 d 

b 1820 d 

David Lilly 
b 4-26-1821 d 

b 1-4-1823 d 

b 3-13-1826 d 

b 12-11-1828 d 

b 1830 d 

David Mathews 
Peter Fiederling 
b 4-12-1833 d 


II-I9-I886 

1-25-1875 

1-3-1908 

8 _ 3 _i 9 i 3 


3-5-1862 


FOURTH GENERATION 

15 Capt. Joseph H. was a flat boat builder and prominent in 
military life, serving to the end of the Civil war, 4th. W. Va. 
Cav. He moved in 1811 to Boone Co. and married 
Malinda Lawrence, b. 8-6-1812; d. 2-11-1866. 


30 Sarah 


Issue born in Boone Co., W. Va. 


d 

Hugh Snodgrass 


5-12-1867 


m 


b 






VIRGINIA BARKERS 


469 


31 

James H. 

b 

d 

1916 

32 

Rufus L. 

b 

d 

33 

Susan E. 
m 

b 

R. E. Perry 

d 


34 

John A. 

b 

d 


35 

Joel 

b 

d 


36 

Mary A. 
m 

b 

Jas. K. Bias 

d 


37 

Andrew Jackson 

b 1851 

d 


38 

Farlena 

m 

b d 

Jas. A. Jackson 


39 

Jacob B. 

b 3-19-1855 

d 


21 James Burwell 
Barker. 

was a farmer and married 

Issue born in 

Mary 

40 

Emaline 

b 

d 


4 i 

Samuel S. 

b 2-2-1843 

d 

7-26-1921 

42 

James K. P. 

b 9-12-1844 

d 

11-6-1917 

43 

Isaac 

b 

d 


44 

Mary Susan 
m 

2 m 

b 

Jas. Swallow 
Wm. Toney 

d 

3-19-1880 

45 

Isabell 

m 

b d 

Jon. W. Lawrence 

10-10-1906 


23 Massena Calloway was a successful farmer, Justice of 
Peace and twice elected member of the County Court, was among 
the wealthiest men of the county. He married 1842 Julia, 

dau. Judge Robt. C. and Julia ( ) Lilly, b. 2-14-1827; 

d. 7-7-1910. 

Issue born in Hinton, W. Va. 

46 William A. b 6-25-1843 d 4-28-1863 unm 


47 

Mary E. 

b 

3-25-1845 

d 

4-11-1907 


m 

1867 

Jas. Lilly 



48 

Robert J. 

b 

4 - 28-1847 

d 


49 

John W. 

b 

6-13-1849 

d 

3-7-1911 

50 

Thomas Benton 

b 

I2-6-I85I 

d 

1925 

51 

James L. 

b 

1 —^—1:855 

d 

1-5-1887 

52 

Susan Mariah 

b 

4-27-I857 

d 

9-21-1892 

m 

1876 

Jas. H. Gore 






470 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


I 

_I 

53 Julia Alice b 3-21-1859 d 9-28-1921 



m 

1874 

Wm. Houchins jr. 

54 

Jonathan Lee 

b 

6-5-1861 d 

55 

Joseph L. 

b 

11-8-1863 d 

56 

Frances O. 

b 

12-6-1864 d 


m 12-22- 

-1886 

John W. Bradbury 

57 

Massena David 

b 

1-8-1868 d 

58 

Olive 

b 

6-8-1870 d 


m 

1886 

John Webb 


24 William E. was a husbandman and married Naomi 

Meadows, b. ; d. ; married (2) 

Abigail Thomas 

Issue born in 


59 

Josiah William 

b 


d 


60 

Sarah Ann 

b 


d 



m 


Wm. Ferguson 



61 

Napoleon 

b 


d 


62 

Susan 

b 


d 



m 


Jas. Mitchell 



63 

Thomas Jefferson 

b 

5-6-1852 

d 

3-11-1923 

64 

George Washington b 

2-7-1855 

d 


65 

Mary Frances 

b 

5-13-1857 

d 



m 


W. Chigbrow 



66 

Peter L. 

b 


d 


67 

Amanda 

b 


d 



m 


Jon. Caldwell 




2 m 


A. Leefrom 



68 

Ellen 

b 


d 

y unm 

69 

Rosa 

b 


d 

y unm 


26 Anderson Leftridge was a farmer and hunter, he married 
Delilah Hinton. 

Issue born in Mercer Co. and Summers Co. W. Va. 


70 

John Pierce 

b 

4-16-1853 

d 

9-30-1864 

unm 

71 

Albert A. 

b 

5-27-1855 

d 

1-11-1917 


72 

Vienna Ellen 

b 

10-31-1856 

d 

1-15-1877 

unm 

73 

Buena Vista 

b 


d 


m 


Dr. L. M. Wood 



74 

James T. 

b 

6-6-1861 

d 

4-12-1921 


75 

Joseph Jackson 

b 

1-16-1864 

d 

9-13-1868 

unm 

76 

William 

b 


d 

y 

unm 






VIRGINIA BARKERS 


47 1 


27 Thomas Jefferson was a pioneer and after being a clerk in 
his youth, in 1851 went to the Isthmus of Panama but contracted 
the Chagris fever there, so returned and in 1855 joined the sur¬ 
veying party to survey part of the Kansas and Nebraska boundary 
line, later going into the timber business. In 1857, he was 
appointed the first commissioned postmaster of Kansas City, Kan. 
resigning in 1863, was twice elected state Representative, was 
President of the Wyandotte Nat. Bank and the Argentine Bank. 
He married 1-1-1865 Mary E., dau. John L. and Frances (French) 
Hall. b. 2-23-1846; d. 

Issue born in Kansas City, Kan. 

77 Thomas Jefferson b 11-3=1865 d 

78 James Edward b 11-11-1868 d 

79 Clara Elizabeth b 6-28-1876 d 8-19-1883 unm 


29 Joseph Granville was a husbandman and married 
Eliza A. Nichols. 

Issue born in 

80 Jefferson Francis b 1-24-1860 d 1-8-1913 

81 Sarah Avis b 6-18-1861 d 2-25-1886 unm 


FIFTH GENERATION 

31 James H. was a much respected citizen and was appointed 
5-16-1903 crier of the Supreme Court of Appeals, Charleston, 
W. Va., took the oath of office 10-31-1903 and served until 6-3- 
1916. He was a Union soldier in the Civil war and married 

Issue born in Charleston, W. Va. 

82 b d 

m Rev. W. A. Byus 

37 Andrew Jackson was a planter and carriage builder, mov¬ 
ing in 1887 to Paint Creek, thence to Winfield in 1889, in 1905 to 
St Albans. He married Eliz., dau. Sam’l. and Alice 









1913 


474 BARKER GENEALOGY 


Issue born in Hinton, W. Va. 


122 

Alice B. 

b 

8-11-1873 

d 

123 

Joseph Thomas 

b 

1-13-1875 

d 

124 

Massena Calloway b 

12-19-1876 

d 

I2 5 

Napoleon A. 

b 

9-11-1878 

d 

126 

Harriet 

b 

5-6-1888 

d 


m 

1906 

Jas. L. Harvey 

127 

Augusta Hester 

b 

1-14-1891 

d 


m 

1911 

Albert Freyer 



51 James L. was a successful farmer and married 1877 
Emma L. dau. Hon. G. L. and Emma ( ) Jordan, b. 

; d. ; married (2) Susan A. Johnson. 


Issue born in Columbus, O. 


128 Lulu N. b 

m 11-14-1896 

129 William J. b 

130 Ella L. b 

131 Berthum B. b 

132 James L. b 


11-21-1878 d 

D. R. Barton 
1-11-1880 d 

3-27-1882 d 

1886 d 

1888 d 


1884 unm 
1917 


54 Jonathan Lee was educated at Normal School in Athens, 
W. Va. and became a leading educator, was on the Board of 
Examiners for four years, in 1904 he was appointed to assess the 
real estate of Summers Co., is now a notary public, surveyor and 
successful farmer. He married 10-25-1883 Ardelia A. dau. Judge , 
Henry and Mary ( ) Milburn. b. 1862; d. 


Issue born in True, W. Va. 


133 Orus O. 

134 Grace M. 

m 

135 Ellen B. 

m 


b 3-30-1885 d 

b 9-22-1886 d 

1905 Dr. E. P. Staggs 
b 12-30-1891 d 

1911 John A. Deeds 


55 Joseph L. is a leading physician, graduate of Univ. of 
Kansas and Univ. of Chicago. He married Clara 

Jaggard. 












VIRGINIA BARKERS 


475 


Issue born in Deering, Kan. 


$ 


. 


136 Jessie b d 

m Smith Glascock 

137 b d 


57 Massena David is a prosperous farmer and married 
1888 Eliz. Johnson. 




Issue born in 

Kansas 


138 

Bruce B. 

b 

1889 

d 

139 

Earl E. 

b 

1890 

d 

140 

Raymond D. 

b 

1893 

d 

141 

Thoburn D. 

b 

1896 

d 

142 

Winifred 

b 

1900 

d 

143 

Elizabeth F. 

b 

1906 

d 

71 

Albert A. was 

a farmer and 

wheat raiser, owning the well 

known Johnnie Cake farm, named after an 

Indian. He married 


Kate Einhelig, b. 

; d. 

; married 

(2) 

1891 Sophia Hacker. 





Issue born in 

Kansas 


144 

Thurman Bryan b 


d 

145 

Ethel 

b 


d 

146 

Albert H. 

b 


d 


74 James Thomas went with his parents to Kansas in 1863 and 
became a prominent stock raiser, owning 2600 acres of land, also 
had a general store. He married 1884 Arizona E. Stotts. 



Issue born 

in Maywood, Kan. 



147 

Ellen V. 

b 

d 




m 


Garfield Watson 



148 

Calloway A. 

b 

d 

y 

unm 

149 

Albert A. 

b 

d 



150 

Abigail 

b 

d 

y 

unm 

I5 1 

Laura 

b 

d 



152 

Nancy 

b 

d 



153 

William 

b 

d 

y 

unm 

154 

Delilah 

b 

d 








478 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


no William A. is a farmer and married Della Neely. 

Issue born in Hinton, W. Va. 

186 Mary b d Is 

187 Oscar b d 

I 

in Dr. Robert E. graduated from Kansas City Medical Col- \ 
lege and is a successful physician. He married Laura j 

Hampson. 

Issue born in Kansas City, Kan. 

188 Dorothy b d j 

112 Dr. J. Ethan graduated from the Univ. of Louisville in 
1908 and is a well known physician. He married 7-12-1920 
Dennie, dau. Clifton C. and Nannie (Burne) Jones. 

Issue born in Crystal, Mich. 

189 McRae Douglass b d 

119 J. Craig is a prominent jeweler and married 
Josephine Colvin. 

1 

Issue born in Kansas City, Kan. 

190 Jean b d 

191 Elizabeth b d 

121 Franklin Arthur graduated from Penn. Tech. School and 
is a successful jeweler. He married 1919 

Issue born in Parkersburg, Ky. 

192 b d 

123 Joseph Thomas is a farmer and married 1898 Wishita 
Hogan. 

Issue born in Hinton, W. Va. 

193 Lybis b d 









VIRGINIA BARKERS 


479 


124 Massena Calloway is a prosperous farmer and married 
1901 Nellie Hobbs. 

Issue born in Moundsville, W. Va. 

194 Byron b d 

195 Harriet b d 

155 Thomas Jefferson has followed the railroad business and 
is now with the M. P. Ry. Co. He served in the World’s war 
and married 1-3-1912 Olive, dau. John and Addie (Adams) 
Cottingham. 


Issue, born in Kansas City, Kan. 

196 Lelia Lee b 11-30-1913 d 

156 Roger Lee is a cashier in the firm of Thos. J. Barker’s & 
Sons, he served as Lt. 130th. Field Artillery, in the World’s war. 
He married 2-9-1918 Ruby, dau. Canellam and Kate G. (Atkin¬ 
son) Brock well. 

Issue born in Kansas City, Kan. 

197 John Kenneth b 7-21-1922 d 





JOSEPH OF WEST VIRGINIA 


Joseph Barker came from Delaware and settled at “Red Stone”, 
Franklin township, Westmoreland Co., now Fayette Co., Pa. He 
moved to and was an early settler of Monongolia Co., W. Va. 
In 1773, Joseph and his three sons made claim to 216*4 acres of 
land on the waters of Scott’s Meadow Run, now Dent’s Run, at 
or near the Fairmount and Morgantown turnpike, about a mile 
s.w. of Laurel Pt. 

John Barker took up 250 acres in the same vicinity in 1775. On 
12-20-1782, 216^4 acres of land were surveyed for Joseph jr. 
assignee of Joseph Barker. 

He married 

Issue born in 

2 Joseph b d 

3 James b d 

4 John b d 


SECOND GENERATION 

2 Joseph was a pioneer farmer and married 
Carpenter. 

Issue born in Monongalia Co., W. Va. 


Catherine 


5 Aaron 

6 Elizabeth 

m 

7 David 

8 Rebecca 

m 

9 Joseph 

10 Moses 

11 James 

12 Catherine 

m 


b 6-15-1775 d 
b d 

3-19-1798 Jas. Arnett 

b d 

b d 

7-3-1800 Jas. Scott 

b d 

b d 

b d 

b d 

9-24-1815 Morgan Scott 


3-22-1851 


3 James was a farmer and married 


Eliz. 


Issue born in Monongalia Co., W. Va. 

13 Joseph b d 

14 Anne b d 

15 Elizabeth b d 




VIRGINIA BARKERS 


481 


4 John was a pioneer husbandman and married 


16 

1 7 

18 

19 

20 


Issue born in Monongalia Co., W. Va. 


b 

b 

b 

1 ) 

b 


d 

d 

d 

d 

d 


Mary. 


THIRD GENERATION 

5 Aaron was a successful farmer and married 3-27-1800 Sarah, 
dau. Jacob and Catherine (Morgan) Scott. 


Issue born in Monongalia Co., W. Va. 


21 

Jacob 

b 

d 


22 

Joseph 

b 

d 


23 

Drusilla 

b 

d 


m 

12-27-1832 

Gen. E. S. Pindell 


24 

Benjamin 

H. b 

1-2-1807 d 

10-1-1879 

25 

Alfred C. 

b 

10-4-1810 d 

5-4-1898 


7 

David was a prosperous farmer and married 

Hannah 

Morgan. 






Issue born 

in 

Monongalia Co., 

W. Va. 


26 

Amy 

b 

5-24-1829 

d 



m 

• 

Middleton Reatherford 


27 

Levi 

b 


d 


28 

Felix 

b 


d 


29 

Sarah R. 

b 


d 


m 


John Cochran 

•» 


30 

Zackwell 

b 

d 

unm 

3 i 

Rawley 

b 

1-11-1836 

d 


32 

Zadoc 

b 


d 


33 

Lavina 

b 


d 


m 


Levi Hare 



34 

Drusilla 

b 


d 


m 


John Gabbert 



35 

David 

b 


d 


36 

Rush 

b 


d 








482 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


ii James was a farmer and hunter and married 4-3-1810 
Amelia Barker. 

Issue born in Monongalia Co., W. Va. 


37 Imlah 

38 Ellen 

m 

39 Mary Ann 

m 

40 Annabah 

m 


b 

b 

b 

b 


d 

d 

Rawley Dent 

d 

Milton Stewart 

d 

Jar ret Lynch 


FOURTH GENERATION 

24 Benjamin H. was a planter and married Rebecca 

Morgan, b. ; d. ; married (2) 

Rebecca Summers. 


Issue born in Monongalia Co., W. Va. 


41 Catherine b 

m 

42 Shelby Prindell b 

43 Sarah Drusilla b 

m 

44 Zackwell Morgan b 

45 Aaron b 

46 Sina M. b 


m 11-28-1865 


11-5-1832 d 

Ira C. Hall 

7- 18-1835 d 

d 

Wm. R. Snider 

8- 16-1838 d 

1842 d 1920 

d 

Dan’l. McElroy 


25 Alfred C. was a prosperous farmer and married 9-4-1838 
Thirza Brand. 


Issue born in Monongalia Co., W. Va. 


47 Wellington P. b 

48 Edgar Lee b 

49 Mary b 

50 Almanda Louise b 

m 12-17-1874 

51 Drusilla b 

m 10-20-1878 


3-22-1840 d 

4-3-1842 d 

11-2-1844 d 

5-18-1847 d 

Geo. Craig 
3-29-1850 d 

Chas. McKeal 


6-29-1916 



VIRGINIA BARKERS 


483 


52 

Asenith 

b 

8-13-1852 

d 

53 

Delia 

b 

5-24-1855 

d 

54 

Sarah 

b 

6-11-1858 

d 

55 

Aaron 

b 


d 

56 

Joseph J. 

b 

3-18-1862 

d 


1920 


31 Rawley was a successful planter and married 1-11-1836 
Cassander Hare. 


Issue born in Monongalia Co., W. Va. 


57 

Levi 

b 

d 

58 

Perry 

b 

d 

59 

Nicie 

m 

b 

d 

Syl. Greathouse 

60 

Alcinda 

m 

b 

d 

David Little 

61 

Eason 

b 

d 

62 

David 

b 

d 

63 

Arizona 

b 

d 

64 

Augustus J. 

b 

d 

65 

Drusilla 

m 

b 

d 

Thos. Springer 

66 

Rawley 

b 

d 


FIFTH GENERATION 

42 Shelby Prindell served in the Civil war in the 1st. Va. Cav. 
and attained the rank of Sergeant, mustered out 7-1865. In 1876 
I he moved to Georgetown, Va., built a steam flouring mill, served 
as school commissioner, Justice of Peace and County Com. two 
terms. About 1886 he moved to Colorado, thence to Haines, Ore. 
He married 1861 Mary, dau. Philip and Mary (Shuttleworth) 
Low*, b. 5-24-1839; d. 


Issue born in Monongalia Co., W. Ya. 

67 Rebecca b 1-26-186 2 d 

m 10-3-1886 Wm. S. Snider 

68 Ida Jane b 12-30-1864 d 9-16-1887 unm 

69 Laura Catherine b 3-6-1870 d 

70 Lula Myrtle b 5-25-1872 d 






484 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


71 Aaron 

72 Sarah Ellen 

73 Harrison Benj. 

74 Eliuh Morgan 


b 1-27-1877 
b 1-27-1877 
b 8-10-1879 
b 12-22-1882 


d 

d 11-5-1889 unm 


44 Zackwell Morgan was a prosperous planter and married 
5-14-1863 Mary Ellen, dau. Mahlon and Nancy (Lynch) Riggs. 

Issue born in Stewarts Run, W. Va. 


75 Shelby Aaron b 

76 Mahlon Benjamin b 

77 Exilla Jane b 

m 6-14-1894 

78 Elery Riggs b 

79 William Lawrence b 
a Lillian Florence b 


6-2-1864 d 

3-27-1868 d 

6-1-1870 d 

W. D. Michael 
2-14-1873 d 

2-28-1876 d 

2-28-1876 d 


2-28-1876 unm 


47 Wellington Pembroke married 6-5-1861 Celina Arnett. 


Issue born in 


80 Alfred b 

81 Willey Lee b 

82 Charles C. b 

83 Thomas Pembroke b 


12-18-1861 

9- 11-1865 

10- 8-1867 
9-13-1871 


d 

d 

d 

d 


10-20-1905 


56 Joseph J. married 6-21-1890 Sarah B. Morris. 


84 Delia L. 

m 

85 Raynor W. 

86 Ellen Grace 


m 


87 Alfred Clyde 


Issue born in 

b 5-15-1891 d 

C. Wildman 
b 1-12-1893 d 

b 7-24-1897 d 

Presley Cranford 
b 1-10-1901 d 


64 Augustus J. was a planter and married 
Graham. 


Jennie 







VIRGINIA BARKERS 


485 


Issue born in 


88 

Levi 

b 

d 

89 

Sylvester 

b 

d 

90 

Pearl 

b 

d 

9 i 

Antoinette 

b 

d 

92 

James T. 

b 

d 


SIXTH GENERATION 

75 Shelby Aaron is a successful lawyer and married 8-16-1893 
Ida M., dau. Jefferson and Pheobe (Chesney) Tennant. 

Issue born in Morgantown, W. Va. 

93 Ellen Virginia b 10-12-1894 d 

m 6-11-1917 Don Hammond 

94 Robert Lee b 5-14-1899 d 


76 Mahlon Benjamin is a miller by trade but now he and his 
son are in the trucking business. He married Grace, 

dau. Solomon and (Chipps) Frum. 


Issue born in Rivesville, W. Va. 


95 

96 William 

97 Elizabeth 

98 Andrew 


b 1898 d 

b 11-1-1900 d 

b 11 1906 d 

b d 


1898 unm 

8 1902 unm 

1 1922 unm 


78 Elery Riggs has a large fruit and produce farm. He mar¬ 
ried 4-9-1904 Pearl, dau. A. J. and Anna (Morris) Arnett. 


Issue born in Morgantown, W. Va. 


99 Walton Earl 

100 Ruth 

101 Irene 

102 Willis Morgan 

103 Leah 

104 Rosalie 

105 Majorie 


b 9-19-1905 d 
b 12-27-1907 d 
b 6-4-1910 d 
b 1-16-1912 d 
b 5-30-1914 d 
b 3-16-1916 d 
b 7-2-1919 d 






486 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


79 William Lawrence is in the real estate business and married 
3-17-1900 Evalena, dau. M. V. C. and Anna M. (Snider) 
Brookover. 

Issue born in Morgantown, W. Va. 

106 Mildred J. b 12-21-1900 d 

m 6-7-1922 Chas. N. Harman 


80 Alfred married Rosalie Bonafield. 


107 

Lee 

Issue born in 

b 8-16-1888 

d 

108 

Albert 

b 8-16-1888 

d 

109 

William Pembroke b 8-13-1896 

d 

no 

Byron G. 

b 6-22-1899 

d 

81 

Willey Lee married 10-29-1890 Pleasant 

III 

Rosalie 

Issue born in 

b 

d 


m 

Clarence Moran 

112 

Thomas 

b 

d 

113 

Louise M. 

b 

d 

114 

m 

Charles L. 

John Stevens 
b 

d 

115 

James A. 

b 

d 

Il6 

Sarah May 

b 

d 

11 7 

John Archibald 

b 

d 

118 

Irene 

b 

d 

119 

Bertha 

b 

d 

82 

Charles C. married 5-26-1897 Dora Hall. 

120 

Gladys 

Issue born in 

b 6-3-1898 

d 

121 

m 

William W. 

1922 Clyde Jenni 
b 8-3-1901 

d 

122 

Jessie 

b 11-23-1913 

d 

123 

Janet 

b 9-23-1915 

d 

124 

Elizabeth Fayne b 1921 

d 





VIRGINIA BARKERS 


487 


105 William Pembroke married 12-25-1917 Julia B. Snider. 


Issue born in Mona, W. Va. 


125 Virginia Rosalie b 5-17-1918 

126 Maxine b 6-9-1921 

127 Kathleen b 6-9-1921 

128 Ora Celina b 


(1 

d 

d 

d 


CHARLES OF CUMBERLAND GAP, VA. 


Charles Barker was a planter and early settler in this region, 
he married 

Issue born in Cumberland Gap, Va. 


2 Charles b d 

3 John b d 

4 Catherine b d 

5 William b d 

6 Sarah b d 

7 Joel b d 


SECOND GENERATION 

2 Charles was a plantation owner and married Matilda 

Snodgrass 

Issue born in Jonesville, Va. 


8 Mary Ann b 

9 Campbell b 

10 Elizabeth b 

11 Eliza b 

12 Mitchel b 

13 Sarah b 

14 Frances b 

15 Henry b 

16 John b 

17 William b 

18 Joel b 

19 David M. b 

20 Squire Leander b 7 

21 Matilde b 


d 

d 

d 

d 

d 

d 

d 

d 

d 

d 

d 

d 1864 unm 

4-1847 d 
d 


THIRD GENERATION 

20 Squire Leander has been minister (Church of Christ), 
stone mason, farmer, which he now is, being a truck garden 
expert, grower and shipper of choice prize vegetables, has written 
extensively for farm papers. He married 7-16-1868 Priscilla J., 
dau. Burton and Mary (Speer) McGuire, b. 1848; d. 

1906. 





VIRGINIA BARKERS 489 



Issue born 

in Beulah, N. 

M. 


22 

Alice 

b 

5-1-1869 

d 

1893 


m 6-11- 

-1888 

T. T. Turner 



23 

Benjamin F. 

b 

3-31-1871 

d 

1892 unm 

24 

Ida 

b 

8-16-1874 

d 



m 3-11- 

-1895 

H. Elwyn Blake 


25 

Minnie 

b 

1876 

d 



m 

1903 

F. W. Barker 



26 

Charles Burton 

b 

10-12-1878 

d 


27 

Pearl 

b 

11-12-1881 

d 



m 

1908 

Lee Hart 



28 

Mathilda 

b 

1-10-1884 

d 



m 

1905 

John T. Philips 


29 

Elliott Spear 

b 

12-25-1886 

d 


30 

Grace 

b 

6-26-1889 

d 


31 

David Marion 

b 

3-29-1892 

d 


32 

Squire Omar 

b 

6-16-1894 

d 



m 7-1-1927 Elsa McCormack 


He served in the World’s war, is a prolific story writer 
and is called the Poet Laureate of New Mexico. 


FOURTH GENERATION 

26 Charles Burton is a successful lawyer and married 11-13- 
1904 Bertha M. dau. John P. and Alvaretta (Spencer) Steed, b. 
4-21-1882; d. 


Issue born in Sante Fe, N. M. 


33 Ina Pearl b 

m 10-30-1925 

34 Doris Myrl b 

35 Charles Burton b 

36 Wiley Franklin b 


5-29-1905 
Aaron Bruce 
2-2-1907 
2-21-1911 
10-19-1919 


d 

d 

d 

d 


29 Elliot Spear is a prominent stockman formerly Forest 
Supervisor U. S. F. S. and married 1911 Ethel Arnold. 


Issue born in Koogler, N. M. 


b 

b 

b 


cl 

d 

d 


3 7 Roy 

38 Florence 

39 Dorothy 



49 ° 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


31 David Marion served in the World’s war, wounded and 
gassed at Argonne, France. He is an attorney and married 
1921 Rose Arnold 

Issue born in Farmington, N. M. 

40 Dorothy Alice b d 


CHARLES OF HENRICO CO., VA. 


Charles Barker was said to have lived in Churchill Place, Rich¬ 
mond, Va. and after his death, the widow and children moved to 
Greene Co. Alabama. It is thought that he came of the Cavalier 
rather than the Puritan stock. He married Mary 

Williams. 

Issue born in Henrico Co., Va. 


2 Thomas William 

3 Leroy M. 

4 Susan 

m 
2 m 


b 12-11-1815 
b 12-24-1820 
b 

Stephen Potts 
Hill 


d 10-15-1877 
d 3-2-1853 unm 
d 


SECOND GENERATION 

2 Thomas William was a large planter and slave holder, he 
married 4-25-1839 Martha E., dau. Robt. D. and Ann (Norwood) 
Sturdivant, b. 1-20-1823; d. 8-1-1870. 


Issue born in Summerfield, Ala. 


5 James Norwood b 

6 Buddy b 

7 Robert Sturdivant b 

8 Rebecca Ann b 

9 Charles Leroy b 

10 Joseph Rhett b 

11 Mary Jane b 

12 Thomas Williams b 

13 William Hill b 

m 2-10-1913 


1841 d 

1842 d 

1844 d 

1845 d 

12-25-1848 d 

3-9-!85i d 

ii-V-i 8 s 3 d 

7-26-1856 d 

11-18-1859 d 

Ina Browning 


1-11-1924 

1842 unm 
1850 unm 
1850 unm 
10-11-1924 
1-5-1926 
7-16-1870 unm 
8-6-1924 

No issue 


THIRD GENERATION 


5 James Norwood was a successful planter and married 8-7- 
1861 Nancy C. Heard. 




49 2 


BARKER GENEALOGY 


Issue born in Greene Co., Ala. 


14 Anne Lowe b d y 

15 Thomas Leroy b d 

16 James Norwood b d 

17 John Heard b d 

18 Robert b d 


unm 

unm 

unm 

unm 


9 Charles Leroy ran away from home at 15 and joined the 
Confederate Army, serving under Gen. Adams, he studied law at 
the Univ. of Va., was Treas. of Perry Co. Ala. for 12 years, was 
a merchant, a member of the firm of Barker Bros. He married 
10-20-1875 Margaret E. dau. Dr. Wm. P. and Clara M. (King) 
Holman, b. 11-5-1856; d. 


Issue born in Marion, Ala. 

19 Thomas Holman b 9-19-1876 d 

20 Charles Leroy b 6-1-1879 d 

21 James Norwood 3rd. b 4-14-1882 d 

22 Clara Elizabeth b 3-12-1885 d 

23 Dewitt King b 12-20-1888 d 

24 William Edwin b 12-25-1890 d 

25 Leta b 11-23-1896 d 

m 11-24-1920 Julian Hart 


5-4-1918 
4-28-1923 unm 
1886 unm 


10 Joseph Rhett was a planter and plantation owner until 1896, 
then rented his place. He married 11-25-1884 Mary, dau. Herbert 
and Mary (Craig) Hudson. 

Issue born in Summerfield, Ala. 

26 Joseph Hudson b 9-5-1885 d 

27 Clarence Seaton b 3-18-1890 d 

Served in the U. S. Navy in the World’s war. 
m 4-20-1920 Lucile Lamkin 

28 Herbert Marion b 2-2-1895 d 7-11-1896 unm 


12 Thomas Williams held public office in county and state for 
29 years as tax assessor, tax Com. and Circuit Clerk, he was a 
member of the Selective Service Board during the World’s war 
and did very effective work. He married 12-19-1877 Frances A. 
Boswell. 



VIRGINIA BARKERS 


493 


Issue born in Selma, Ala. 


29 

Annie Boswell 

b 

10-2-1879 

d 


m 12-30-1903 

Chas. F. Hendricks 

30 

Martha Maye 

b 

12-3-1881 

d 


m 12-26-1900 

Robt. A. Logan 

31 

Thomas Williams 

b 

10-17-1883 

d 

32 

Robert Fort 

b 

11-3-1886 

d 

33 

George Francis 

b 

12-12-1888 

d 

34 

Louis Albartas 

b 

2-4-1891 

d 


FOURTH GENERATION 

19 Thomas Holman was a merchant and senior member of 
Barker Bros. He married 10-11-1906 Inez Ezelle. 

Issue born in Marion, Ala. 

35 Ann Ezelle b d 

36 Margaret Holman b d 


24 William Edwin is a successful druggist and married 6-12- 
1924 Anna Wagnon. 

Issue born in Marion, Ala. 

37 b d 


26 Joseph Hudson married 10-11-1911 Anna E., dau. Wm. 
and Anna ( ) Devine. 


Issue born in Birmingham, Ala. 


38 William Hudson 

39 Joseph Rhett 

40 Mary Anna 

41 Judith Elliott 


b 11-6-1912 d 
b 4-26-1915 d 
b 7-4-1916 d 
b 12-9-1923 d 










INDEX 



1 



INDEX 


DESCENDANTS OF JAMES 

Aaron, 390, 327 

Abigail, 14, 42, 86, 162, 355, 360, 514, 
872, 1417 
Abijah, 528 

Abraham, 66, 83, 130, 144, 174, 257, 
296, 313, 338, 1177 
Ada, 926, 1097 
Adelaide S., 1242 
Adelia, 1362 
Adison S., 499 
Adoniram J., 1067 
Agnes, 819, 889, 1064, 1374 
Alanson, 431 

Albert, 348, 435, 642, 753, 1079, 1416 
Alden P., 1056 
Alfred, 447, 854, 783 
Alice, 860, 897, 957, 1099, 1107, 1151, 
1206, 1209, 1235, 1275 
Allen W., 700 
Alma, 1081, 1086, 1250 
Almira, 665, 1063 
Alonso S., 917 
Alvin Perry, 943 
Amanda, 345 
Amber, 1292 
Amelia, 616, 919 
Amos, 394 

Amy, 359, 1114, 1364 
Angel me, 487, 495, 1447 
Ann, Anna, Annie, 32, 127, 164, 168, 
290, 307, 354, 368, 375, 434, 479, 
554, 563, 673, 816, 829, 865, 978, 
992, 1058, 1075, 1156, 1185, 1196, 
1261, 1299, 1452 
Anson, 717, 74of 
Archibald L., 1368 
Ardelia, 1051 
Arlouine Willard, 948 
Arnold, 204, 318. 428, 605, 792, 1134. 
Arthur, 1119, 1168 
Asa, 136, 279 
Ashton C., 1057 
Audrey, 1296 
Banks, 986 

Barbara, 29, 373, 660, 1449 
Barzilla, 225, 458 
Benajah, 150, 316, 333, 343 
Benedict, 123, 440 

Benjamin, 82, 113, 422, 444, 780, 853. 
1214 

Bradley Hezekiah, 505 
Buel E., 719 


BARKER OF RHODE ISLAND 

Burling M., 915 
Byron, 1285 

Caleb, 56, 72, 84, 146, 292, 583, 1018 
Calvin H., 655 
Carl, 1233, 1323 

Caroline, 286, 302, 441, 450, 586, 615, 
639, 706, 758, 964, 1036, 1090, 
1149 

Carr Godfrey, 1454 
Catherine, 311, 529, 795, 815, 934, 
1010, 1139, 1274, 1284, 1294, 1301, 
1429 

Cecilia, 1038, 855 
Celinda, 599 

Charles, 114, 219, 231, 244, 412, 482, 
504, 556, 645, 646, 734, 74od, 749, 
752, 754, 769, 847, 803. 904, 916, 
1044, 1074, mi, 1174, 1204, 1225, 
1271, 1308, 1346, 1387, 1446, 1465 
Charlotte, 453, 1155, 1385, 1460 
Chester, 1135, 1393 
Chloe W., 658 
Christania, 8, 575, 580 
Christopher, 207, 726, 836, 857 
Clara, 663, 887, 922, 1219, 1245 
Clarence, 862, 969, 1302 
Clarke Taggert, 826 
Claude, 1127, 1322, 1443 
Clinton Snow, 702 
Cora, 1267, 1369 
Cornelia, 621, 1243 
Corrington, 493 
Cuba, 1179 
Curtis, 1456 

Cynthia, 221, 366, 464, 492, 1411 
C}'rus, 380, 1059 
Daisy, 1104, 1473 
Dale, 1297 

Daniel, 120, 245, 246, 358, 388, 519 
Darius, 329, 443 

David, 74, 95, 138, 212, 276, 294, 301, 

344, 455, 484, 559. 579, 581, 633, 
740, 929, 1009, 1087 

Davis, 716 

Deborah, 53, 117, 263, 282, 537 

Delia, 1123 

Delilah, 301 

Desire, 227 

Devillo Adison, 920 

Dinah, 346 

Dora, 1458 

Dorcas, 378, 687, 824 





49 8 


INDEX 


Doris Wise, 1329 
Dorland, 988, 993 
Dorothy Maria, 1333 
Douglas, 1046 

D. Vining, 1457 

E. Alden, 657 

Earle, 1034, 1282, 1413 
Edgar, 890, 1069 
Edith, 1 1 13, 1290 
Edmund D., 607 
Edna, 679, 962, 1390, 1397 
Edward, 61, 99, 137, 281, 550, 553, 566, 
776, 987, 1096, 1474 
Edwin, 463, 527, 1253, 1391 
Effie, 923 

Egbert Clark, 1319 

Eleanor, 134, 532, 728, 927, 1184 

Elijah, 217 

Elisha, 93, 477 

Eliphalet, 315 

Eliphaz, 213 

Eliza, 287, 303, 328, 426, 484, 584, 744, 
784 

Elizabeth, 2, 33, 68, 75 , 85, 126, 141, 

180, 222, 254, 288, 362, 392, 406, 

420, 469, 510, 521, 524, 565, 602, 

606, 622, 649, 775, 786, 814, 989, 

1013, 1019, 1124, 1162, 1215, 1330, 

1365 

Ella S., 636, 1048, 1076 

Ellen, 762, 861, 932, 1130, 1188, 1268, 

1295, 1315 

Ellery, Erasmus, 1247 
Ellinor, 507, 511 
Elma, 837, 892 
Elmira, 789 
Elmo, 1325 
Elsie, 1372, 1386 

Emma, 299, 555, 676, 742, 777 , 812, 
1210 

Emmett, 1158 
Enoch, 709 
Erasmus, 878 
Erastus, 582 
Ernest, 1289 
Erskine, 1049 
Erwin, 1402 
Esbon, 107 

Esther, 115, 535, 595, 1224 
Ethel, 1109, 1288, 1339, 1352, 1370, 
1395 

Eugene, 613 

Eunice, 1116, 452, 462, 598, 611, 624, 
782, 813 
Eva, 1281, 1343 
Evalyn, 1448 
Everett, 1157 
Ezra, 184, 689 

F. Adelbert, 634 
Fern, 1291 


Florence, 958, 981, 1211, 1254 
Ford Owen, 1198 

Frances, 39, 176, 513, 675, 756, 804, 
902, 1260, 1354 
Francis, 671, 866, 947, 1053 
Frank, 899, 965, 1040, 1110, 1136, 1236, 
1321, 1332, 1335, 1381 
Freda Alice, 1404 

Frederick, 681, 877, 966, 1004, 1039, 
1043, 1062, 1326 
Freelove, 21 

Freeman, 1280 1 

Gardner Thurston, 199, 409, 414, 751 
George, 101, 209, 310, 421, 496, 612, 
647, 705, 800, 850, 864, 876, 968, 
1020, 1128, 1186, 1203, 1216, 1229, 1 
1239, 1277, 1340, 1353, 1410, 1415 
Gertrude, 949, 1187 
Gideon, 96, 210, 491 
Gilbert, 1176 
Giles, 78, 79, 319 
Gordon, 1341 
Grace, 1023, 1167, 1218 
Gulian Dashwood, 1258 
Hannah, 24, 67, 151, 352, 357, 393, 465, 
710, 788, 842, 874, 888 
Harold, 1252, 1379 

Harriet, 419, 476, 481, 594 , 597 , 674, , 
692, 708, 711, 723 , 733 , 750 , 844, 
907, 996, 1350 
Harry 760, 1118, 1170 
Hartland, 632 

Harvey, 404, 725, 743, 1137 
Harilla, 952 

Helen, 738, 1103, 1400, 1459, 1469 
Henrietta, 509, 630, 936, 938, 1121, 
1152 

Henry, 186, 459 , 5'i 8, 648, 745, 852, 
894, 911, 941, 1008, 1028, 1041, 
1169, 1389 
Herbert, 979 

Herman, 1207, 1286, 1305 
Hezekiah, 90, 98, 218, 474 
Hiram, 384, 688 
Horatio, 300 
Howard, 906, 959, 1432 
Hugh, 289, 798 , 985 
Ida, 867, 961, 1089, 1180 
Inez Lillian, 1246 
Ira, 544, 381 
Irene, 1351 
Irving, 1050 

Isaac, 169, 182, 395, 415, 417, 430, 540, 
667, 712, 807, 869, 1212, 1237 
Isabelle, 790, 1383 
Israel, 262 
Jacob, 830, 893 

James, 1, 3, 10, 34, 43, 54, 64, 70, 88, 
140, 165, 181, 367, 379, 383, 525, 
562, 577, 677, 698, 713,, 746, 806, 









INDEX 


499 




810, 827, 848, 851, 873, 912, 930, 
944 , 1095 , 1108, 1138, 1197, 1318, 
1408, 1412 

Jane, 16, 468, 568, 640. 650, 715, 727, 

I 799 , 99 i 
Janet, 1470 
Jay, 740b 
Jeremiah, 17, 60 
Jerusha, no 
Jesse, 530, 1173 
Jessie, 764, 954, 1042 
Jethro, 201 
Job, 377, 437 
Joel, 391 

John, 26, 48, 87, 89, 92, 94, 106, 124, 
167, 196, 205, 208, 230, 256, 264, 

363, 397 , 405 , 411, 429 , 486, 494, 

517 , 541 , 570, 57 i, 627, 653, 720, 

729, 740c, 747, 794, 811, 821, 910, 

1003, 1016, 1032, 1084, 1106, 1129, 
1166, 1171, 1193, 1256, 1262, 1272, 
_ 1347 , 1398 

Jonathan, 325 

jr Joseph, 4, 18, 25, 129, 160, 232, 237, 
251, 255, 291, 324, 370 , 423, 442 , 


'4 

4 


% 

4 

i, 


569, 587, 608, 672, 685, 793, 818, 
838, 845, 998, 1002, 1164, 1175, 
1 195 

Josephine, 833, 1047, 1132, 1223 
Joshua, 41, 57, 81, 170, 179, 523, 652 
Josiah Buck, 400 
Jothan, 71 
Julianna, 451 

Julia, 538, 585, 693, 828, 849, 1017, 
.1377 

Junius L., 1259 
Justin, 398 
Justina Gertrude, 779 
J. Willard, 250 
Kenneth, 1406 
Kent Chollar, 1232 
Kenyon. 626 
Lace, 1160 

Laura, 402, 656, 682, 741. 767, 1358, 




1453 


Lauren J., 1073, 1375 , 1455 

Laurence Norton, 1240, 1430 

Lawrence, 516, 1328 

Lawton, 155 

Leal, 1122 

Lee, 1182 

Lenora, 982, 1000 

Leonard Edward, 1234 

Leprelete M., 703 

Leslie, 1287 

Lester Owen, 1190 

Lewis Josiah, 1085 

Lillian, 953, 999 , 1213 

Lloyd, 1276 

Lockwood, 773 


Lola, 1445 
Loring Smith, 718 
Louis Francis, 1208 
Louisa, 820, 1249, 1363, 1373 
Lucile, 1461 

Lucinda, 432, 438, 466, 802, 896 
Lucretia, 192, 197 
Lucy, 730, 1178 
Luther, 418, 714, 1086, 1376 
Lydia, 145, 267, 278, 293, 306, 475, 

503, 546, 560, 578, 921, 1316 
Lyman, 1052 

Mabel, 759, 1065, 1191, 1270, 1357, 
1392 

Madison, 285 
Marcia, 960 

Margaret, 177, 194, 304, 530, 1273 
Maria. 283, 449, 536, 618, 659, 670, 

768, 834, 1031 
Marielize, 1022 
Marion, 1035, 1181 
Martha, 171, 178, 198, 252, 275, 526, 
534, 641, 669, 977, 1257, 1342 
Marvin, 967 

Mary, 13, 5, 27, 37, 45, 46, 59, 69, 91, 
109, 119, 121, 128, 188, 193, 202, 

242, 253, 266, 297, 308, 309, 323, 

332, 34 L 35 L 353 , 364, 389, 396, 

403, 427, 454 , 461, 473 , 480, 485, 

498 , 515 , 520, 531 , 547 , 564, 573 , 

576, 591, 596, 601, 620, 623, 625, 

628, 650, 694, 701, 722, 766, 785, 

822, 835, 856, 871, 891, 900, 914, 

940, 945, 963, 990, 997, 1029, 1080, 
1105, 1112, 1150, 1165, 1228, 1313, 
1463 

Mason, 371, 662 

Mathew, 80, 148, 166, 335, 361, 425 

Mathilda, 548, 683 

Maud, 781, 1098, 1133, 1279 

Melasina, 1331 

Melvina H., 898 

Mercy, 347, 637 

Merle, 1431 

Merrill G., 1401 

Merritt, 574 

Mertice, 1154 

Mildred, 1251, 1344, 1403 

Milton Cushing, 501 

Minnie, 975 , 1349 

Monica, 1427 

Mulburn S., 908 

Mumford Peckham, 825 

Muriel, ion 

Myma, 1464 

Myrtle, 1324 

Nancy, 211, 410, 735, 740e, 1399 
Nason V., 631 
Nathan, 203, 456, 600 
Nathaniel, 220, 280, 490, 654, 913 






5°° 


INDEX 


Nelson, 298, 1359 
Nicholas, 12 
Norma, 1428 
Olive, 387, 1101 
Oliver, 337, 870 
Oressa, 950, 951 
Orville Wilbur, 1388 
Oscar J., 732 
Otis, 413, 755 
Oussa, 661 
Pamelia, 265, 399 
Parker Earl, 336 
Patience, 31, 35 
Patricia, 1345, 1361 
Paul, 185, 610, 684 
Peckham, 187 

Peleg, 51, 108, 112, 147, 200, 243, 314, 
408, 522 

Penelope, 20, 62 
Perry Chase, 326 

Peter, 7, 19, 22, 36, 76, 152, 322, 330, 
695 , 1054 

Phebe, 44, 52, 102, 139, 268, 298, 470, 
483, 488, 609, 905 
Philander N., 721 
Philip, 939, 1202 
Priscilla, 15, 47 , 5$ 

Rachel, 118, 214, 561, 592 
Ralph Randolph, 1030, 1356, 1450 
Raymond A., 1382, 1462 
Rebecca, 143, 206, 295, 590, 803 
Rhoda, 154, 317, 372, 696 
Richard, in, 161, 542, 955 , 1014, 1418 
Robert, 49, 100, 104, 241, 552, 557, 757, 
1061, 1163, 1255 
Robinson, 439, 614, 1409 
Rose, 1006, 1012, 1205 
Roxanna, 686 
Roy, 1300 
Ruamy, 247 
Ruben, 1303 
Russell, 369 

Ruth, 73, 125, 153, 312, 321, 33 i, 340 , 
374, 436, 457, 635, 690, 840, 846, 
1192, 1241, 1293, 1371, 1405, 1468 
Samuel, 97, 135, 189, 223, 228, 478, 
506, 545, 603, 805, 937 , ioi 5 , 1148, 
1314, 1451 
Sandy, 984 

Sanford, 105, 508, 512 
Sarah, 6, 28, 50, 55, 103, 142, 149, 175 , 
191, 215, 229, 248, 284, 320, 350, 

382, 386, 401, 424, 460, 471, 489, 

500, 502, 617, 619, 644, 664, 666, 

707 , 737 , 748 , 77 i, 79 i, 808, 868, 

901, 1033, 1102, 1172, 1226, 1238, 

1307, 1317 


Serena M., 1227 
Seth S'., 1140 
Shirley Ann, 1471 
Shove, 572 
Sidney, 859 
Silas, 183, 385 
Simeon, 216 
Stephen, 173, 339, 376, 543, 668, 770, 
1055, 1066, 1366, 1367 
Stewart C, 1378 
Sumner, 1083 
Susanna, 30, 63, 131, 133, 1161 
Susan, 446, 739, 831, 928, 1396 
Sylvester Freeborn, 839 
Theodore, 1306, 1312 
Theresa, 797 

Thomas, 23, 132, 467, 593, 875, 909, 
918, 931, 933, 942, 946, 1001, 1021, 
1045, 1147, 1220, 1231, 1311, 1320 
Vada, 1159 
Victoria, 983, 1005 
Vining, 397, 1077 
Virgil, 1278, 1394 
Wait, 40 

Walter, 448, 763, 761, 774, 858, 925, 
980, 1221, 1414 
Washington S., 832 
Wayne, 1472 
Webb, 1126 
Weltham, 172 
Wendell E., 895 
Wesley, 731 
Wilber Hale, 1082 
Wilbur, 1230, 1384, 1466 
Wilda, 1125 
Willet, 274, 567, 976 
William, 9, n, 38, 65, 77, 156, 163, 
195, 224, 226, 249, 277, 305, 334, 

342, 356, 407, 445 , 472, 558 , 589, 

604, 629, 643, 678, 680, 691, 724, 

736, 740a, 765, 787, 841, 879, 903 , 

924, 935, 956, 1007, 1060, 1078, 
1100, 1131, 1153, 1196, 1217, 1222, 
1244, 1266, 1269, 1327, 1334, 1348, 
1380 

Willis, 1094 
Willeston Wright, 1183 
Wilma, 1444 
Winifred, 995, 1467 
Zachariah, 817 
Zebiah, 497 
Zella H., 994 
Zenrah, 809 
Zeruriah, 349 
Zora, 1120 








INDEX 


5°I 


PERSONS MARRIED WITH JAMES OF RHODE ISLAND 

DESCENDANTS 


Adams, Ruth, 447 
Agnew, Jane, 810 
Aishton, Eliz., 571 
Alexander, Arthur, 1097 
Alger, Ida M., 894 
Allen, Christopher, 416 
Ebenezer, 620 
Marinus N., 640 
Mary, 906 
Sarah A., 418 
Allyne, Helen M., 525 
Almy, Benj., 597 
Eliz., 246 
Mary, 447 
Anderson, Axel, 1242 
Anthony Abby A., 1057 
Ruth, 166 
Stephen, 328 
Susanna, 66 
Apthorp, Minerva, 411 
Sarah, 411 
Arnold, Ann, 380 
Howard, 972 
Israel, 5 
Augustus, Polly, 289 
Austin Chas. P., 1031 
Bacon, Frederick, 462 
Bailey, John C., 888 
Baird, Mary J., 528 
Baker, Hannah, 725 
Ballard, Harlan H., 1107 
Barker, Arnold, 211 
Aaron, 350 
Benjamin, 127 
Daniel, 388 
Geo. F., 868 
Isaac, 675 & 682 
John, 378 
John Hull, 303 
James, 315 
Stephen, 606 
Barlar, Banajah, 485 
Barnes, Julia A., 301 
Barney, Jonathan, 867 
Barton, Dorcas, 135 
Bassett, Noble, 497 
Belcher, Edw. B., 590 
Bemis, Philander, 722 
Berg, Arnold E., 1224 
Biddlecome, Mary, 185 
Bigelow, Rachel, 528 
Billings, Caleb F., 537 
Binghurst, Jas., 125 
Birney, Edith S'., 1321 
Bliss, Freelove, 7 


Blount, Cornelius, 139 
Bolt, Wm., 795 
Bouck, Jas. B., 650 
Bowker, Caroline, 862 
Brodhead, Clyde M., 1020 
Brown, Lewis St.C., 849 
Wm., 188 
Wm. C., 598 

Brownell, Helena A.. 1028 
Brownfield, Edith, 1388 
Broughton, Christiana G, 512 
Buck, Josiah, 197 
Bumpus, Lucy H., 553 
Burdy, Israel, 539 
Burger, Floyd, 1298 
Burke, Emma, 749 
Burns, Jennie E., 1306 
Butts, Henry, 728 
Cady, Jane A., 655 
Calhoun. Newton, 790 
Carbored, Chas., 576 
Carlisle, Elbert, 981 
Carpenter, Amey, 187 
Mary A., 417 
Rufus, 194 
Carr, Mary, 112 
Minnie, 1073 
Geo. A., 687 
Carter, Wm. T., 365 
Casey, Mary, 137 
Chadwick, I ram, 710 
Chaffee, Fred’k. K., 1112 
Chamberlain, Ansel E., 758 
Orrin J., 919 
Chappell, Ethel, 1203 
Charles, Clara B., 1074 
Chase, Hannah, 150 
Mary J., 612 
Sarah, 150 
Sarah W., 612 
Chesley, Harilla, 530 
Childs, Roby, 210 
Chollar, Serena, 458 
Clark, Isaac, 539 
Jessie, 915 

Clarke, Augustus, 321 
Harold C., 1257 
Jedde, 323 
John, 47 
Keturah, 322 
Coggeshall, Asa, 619 
Fred’k. B., 831 
Maria, 333 
Minnie, 893 
Peter, 618 












502 

Cole, Dollie B., 876 
Coler, Elric, 1227 
Cook, Martha, 418 
Mary, 10 
Ruth H., 152 
Coombes, Eliz., 60 
Cooper, Ernest, 1226 
Wm, 331 

Corbett, Grace, 1382 
Cornell, Caroline, 277 
Hannah, 160 
Mary, 327 

Cosbett, Lucius, 1075 
Cottrell, Harriet N., 1356 
Polly,. 523 

Cox, Edwin S., 1299 
Crandall, Wm. S., 641 
Cranston, Sarah, 428 
Crawford, Lucy, 431 
Mary E., 474 
Croade, Eliz., 96 
Crompton, Sarah A., 558 
Cronk, Abram, 141 
Crowell, Wm., 896 
Curtis, Clara L., 875 
Oliver S., 679 
Cushing, Lucinda, 226 
Cushman, Hannah, 155 
Daly, Maud, 1138 
Daniels, Addie, 1078 
Darling, Robt, 951 
Davis, Abiel F., 1058 
Eldridge, 441 & 446 
Martha, 899 
Solomon, 449 
Day, Harry G., 1105 
De Bolt, Margaret, 1278 
Delano, John T., 871 
De Witt, Sally, 184 
Diedrich, Phoebe A., 1247 
Donaldson, Frank, 1006 
Donovan, Mary, 912 
Doty, Margaret, 146 
Dowell, Rachel, 425 
Dunbar, Mary, 318 
Duncan, Malcom, 1113 
Dungan, Barbara, 1 
Dunham, Gilbert T., 1365 
Dunn, Clara, 1137 
Daniel, 399 
James, 401 
Eaton, Sam’l., 664 
Eastman, Sophronia, 348 
Easton, Eliz., 9 

Fred’k. W., 1064 
Nicholas, 2 
Elder, Jas,, 1395 
Elkins, Henry, 954 
Ellis, Ida, 916 
Ellison, Jas., 177 


INDEX 


Emerson, Cecil E., 1246 
English, Eliz., 204 
Evans, Jennie, 911 
Extrant, Alice, 993 
Farquharson, Esther, 760 
Fellows, Diantha, 496 
Wm. 498 

Ferguson, John B., 403 
James, 514 
James, 1317 
Fish, Eliz. A., 474 
Hannah, 213 
Fisher, M. Eliz., 1040 
Fitzimmons, Christopher, 
Foley, John C., 1242 
Foot, Esther, 717 
Forbes, Ella, 913 
Helena, 910 
Ford, Evelina L., 845 
Francis, Fred’k. A., 750 
Franklin, Wm., 457 
Sarah, 794 

Freeborn, Ruth H., 209 
Freleigh, Mary, 574 
Sarah, 572 
Freshwater, C., 789 
Fuller, Mary, 763 
Gardner, Eliz., 363 
Geo. W., 1042 
Garlock, Margaret, 1087 
Garratt, Thos., 288 
Gearing, Colin, 573 
Gifford. A., 445 
Jediah P., 623 
Mary H., 605 
Gilliard, Henrietta C, 237 
Peter, 509 

Gilmore, Agnes C., 1220 
Gilson, Joseph, 410 
Glezen, De Forest, 1448 
Godet, Thos. D., 304 
Godfrey, Emily, 1375 
Goff, Augustus, 897 
Goodrich, Geo., 1464 
Goodsell, Dan’l., 346 
Sam’l., 347 
Gould, Eliza A., 608 
John, 37 
Joseph, 960 
Newell, 503 
Sarah, 137 
Grant, Wm., 295 
Green, Alice, 559 
Jas., 416 
Jerome, 555 
Susannah, 367 
Greene, Ella, 864 
Wm., 46 

Greenman, Ruamy, 51 
Griswold, Sarah, 408 




INDEX 


503 


Grogan, Catherine, 490 
Gumbes, Mary S., 593 
Hadsell, Mary A., 421 
Hadwen, Margaret, 129 
Hager, Harvey, 1390 
Hall, David C., 524 
John B., 215 
Hammond, S'. W., 963 
Hanna, Emelina, 1082 
Harcourt, Polly, 138 
Harmon, Julius C., 392 
Harris, Nathaniel, 198 
Hatch, Frank D., 1400 
Hathaway, Wallace G., 1211 
Hattel, Lida L., 1083 
Hausman, Mary, 918 
Haviland, Louisa, 582 
Hazard, Joseph, 275 
Phebe G., 455 
Hedley, Jolin, 32 
Hemstreet, Marcus, 958 
Hill, Naomi, 344 
Silas, 142 
Hillis, Eli, 178 
Hicks, Mandana, 720 
Penelope, 17 

Hoag, Sutherland D., 622 
Hoar, Hezekiah, 53 
Rebecca, 48 
Sarah, 49 

Hogle, Glen M., 1223 
Hollinshead, F. P., 1330 
Holmes, J. H., 617 
Hootman, Henry, 785 
House. Julia, 505 
Howard. David R., 1206 
Howland, Joseph, 55 
Hubbs, Mary, 144 
Huntington, David, 126 
Ingram, Martha, 978 
Ivey, Oscar C., 1000 
Jefferey, Sarah, 3 
Jellec, Rose, 579 
Jenks, Sarah A., 356 
Johnston, Artie, 794 
Jones, Wm. S., 889 
Keating, Bernard J., 1185 
Keese, John, 307 
Willett, 302 
Kenyon, Abigail, 333 
Dorcas, 334 
Keyes, Albert, 554 
Killum, Louise M., 556 
King, Louisa P., 931 
Sanrl., 68 

Kinvon, Charlotte, 1381 
Kirk, E. W., 1351 
Kitsing, Gladys, 1328 
Knight, Lillian E. C., 577 


Lampier, Alanson, 349 
Langley, Wm. H., 1022 
Lathrop, Sarah A., 493 
Lawton, Robt., 15 
Ruth, 76 
Sarah, 82 
Thos., 16 

Learned, Cornelia, 412 
Leavens, Mary, 140 
Lee, Wm. S., 509 
Leiphemer, Albert, 842 
Leland, Betsy, 196 
Leonard. Kate H., 903 
Lester, Martha A., 839 
Lewis, Edna, 955 
Lucinda E., 681 
Lockwood, Marie L., 751 
Lowell, Reuben, 535 
Lucas, Mary, 933 
Luke, Lewis, 565 
Luthburg, John, 1165 
Luther, Abby, 448 
Lyons, Harriet, 199 
MacDougal, Margaret, 567 
Maclver, Alex., 1023 
Kate G.. 904 
MacPherson, Donald, 298 
Frank, 961 

McClanathan, Jessie R., 925 
McComber, Isaac, 1029 
McConnell, Martha, 183 
McDonald, Dan’l., 978 
Geo., 1301 

Mclnnis, Dollie, 1237 
Nellie M., 1236 
McKee, Annie, 1282 
McKinstry, Betsy, 400 
Content, 404 
McRoberts, Wm., 762 
Mahoney, Stephen P., 1333 
Manchester, Anne, 423 
Marsh, Etha, 1079 
Phebe M., 482 
Polly, 225 

Marshall, Christian A., 294 
Francis C., 538 
Geo., 591 

Martin, Chester W., 1089 
Hannah, 384 
Mashow, Ellen M., 870 
Emily O., 870 
Mason, Addie F., 879 
Jessie, 89 
Job, 46 
Nellie, 866 
Rhoda, 181 
Meller, Minnie, 917 
Melville, Abigail, 212 
Merrill, Ida, mi 
Louisa E., 721 











5°4 

Miller, Frances, 976 
F. E., 1397 
Mallie, 1303 
Milliken, Ellen, 506 
Minor, Betsy, 184 
Mitchell, Mary, 80 
Monroe, Martha, 863 
Moore, Henry, 1377 
Jeanette, 262 
Mores, Geo., 950 
Morey, Ida, 1071 
Morrill, Sophia, 718 
Mossey, Mildred, 1391 & 1394 
Mulligan, John, 1120 
Needham, Mary A., 946 
Neer, Colin H., 994 
Negus, Mehitable, 412 
Nelson, John, 1167 
Newbold, Emily, 583 
Newhall, Lucretia, 89 
Nixon, Chas. C, 1307 
Norton, Fannie, 878 
Noyes, Jane, 714 
Julia, 713 

Oakland, Theo. J., 995 
Oakley, Eliza, 873 
Ogilvie, Mary, 581 
Olcott, Neilson, 651 
Onderdunk, John, 352 
Overman, Louisa, 998 
Parker, Mrs. John, 942 
Patch, Harry, 1279 
Paterson, David, 351 
Payne, Francis, 945 
Peabody, Ruth, 108 
Pease, Ora T., 1080 
Peckham, Abner, 214 
Amos, 466 
Anne, 88 
David, 311 
Edgar S., 892 
Eunice, 148 
Fred’k., 464 
George, 484 
Gideon, 221 
Helen, 836 
Jane, 217 
John, 465 
John, 837 
Julia, 439 
Martha, 376 
Mary, 43 
Mary, 220 
Lydia, 459 
Phebe, 93 
Ruth, 207 
Sarah, 182 
Sarah T., 219 
Solomon, 686 
Wm., 52 


INDEX 


Wm., 673 
Welthian, 182 
Perry, Martha, 230 
Pettibone, Amos, 191 
Pettigrew, Eveline, 712 
Phillips, Owen, 460 
Wm, 8 

Pierce, Hiram, 332 
Pistorius, Mathilda, 1043 
Poole, Edgar C., 384 
Porcher, Thos. F., 932 
Potter, Olive, 267 
Sarah J., 467 
Powell, Julia, 443 
Publow, Chas. A., ion 
Puck, Phebe, 356 
Purple, Mary E., 638 
Randall, Nellie, 1280 
Ranney, Arthur H., 1038 
Ebenezer G., 1036 
Raper, Martha, 41 
Read, Sarah, 4 
Remington, Mary J., 570 
Reylea, Erma, 1384 
Rice, Loretta S., 965 
Ridgway, Sarah R., 310 
Robertson, David E., 1010 
Robinson, Lydia, 326 
Robrau, Emma, 1222 
Rodman, Eliz., 87 
Rogers Abigail, in 
Rose, Harry, 396 
Royce, Adonijah, 117 
Sally, 386 

Rushmore, John H., 585 
Rushton, Mary T., 130 
Russell, Hannah H., 680 
John, 1386 
Joseph S., 438 
St. George, Francis, 653 
Salisbury, Bethiah, 77 
Sanborn, Allen, 360 
Edw., 950 

Sanderson, Ann, 798 
Sanford, Frances, 49 
Lilias, 319 
Lydia, 217 

Saunders, Susanna, 7 
Scherevin, Edw., 309 
Schaffer, Henry, 784 
Searle, Ruth, 384 
Sears, Daniel, 715 
Seattle, Chas. H., 887 
Seavey, Levi J., 531 
Sessions, Thos. B., 927 
Sharpe, Wm., 563 
Shattuck, Clinton, 730 
Shaw, Hannah, 81 
Sheffield, Benj. N., 461 
Benj. T., 202 




INDEX 


505 


Sheldon, Sarah D., 501 
Sherman, Albert K., 835 
Cynthia, 213 
Eunice, 95 
Gertrude R., 1183 
Julia M., 437 
Mary J., 633 
Mary W., 1055 
Phebe, 216 
Rebecca, 463 
Sherrod, Linford, 797 
Wm., 788 
Wm., 814 

Shoemaker, Eliz. R., 959 
Short, Henry G., 637 
Shove, Lydia, 74 
Shults, Ephraim, 799 
Shurtliff, Anna, 442 

Sinclair, Jarvis U., 1235 
Sleighter, Sarah, 407 
Slocum, Patience, 369 
Sarah, 36 

Small, Vesta W., 542 
Smith, Albert G., 461 
Albert G., 596 
Alice, 557 
Anna L., 1401 
Elisha, 5 
Eliz. A., 566 
Ellen E., 920 
Emily B., 1056 
Fernandis, 914 
Frank, mi 
George, 206 
Helen S., 504 
Herodotus, 502 
Jacob, 560 
Joseph, 791 
Laura, 122 
Mary, 400 
Nina, 1387 
Phebe, 49 
Sarah, 97 
Sarah R., 688 
Stella F., 1062 
Wm., 665 
Snow, Isabella, 541 
Maria G., 384 
Solmes, Richard, 145 
Sourback, Jane, 442 
Spooner, Jethro, no 
Sprague, Edw., 1447 
Staley, Eva, 841 
Stanford, J. Leland, 949 
Stevens, Henry, 621 
Mary, 51 

Stevenson, Timothy, 139 
Stewart, Wm., 945 
Stickney, John, 143 


Stone. Geo. L., 996 
Minerva, 1030 
Stringer, Frank, 723 
Sumner, Chas. A., 419 
Sweetland, Daniel, 488 
Tallman, Ebenezer, 393 
Tanner, Albert, 865 
Edmund J., 872 
Ella, 1208 

Taylor, Gabriel, 945 
Teachout, Geo., 975 
Thompson, Leonard, 1076 
Thorp, Lewis, 293 
Tichenor, Mary, 409 
Tifft, Sarah E., 600 
Tilley, Abram, ^595 & 599 
Stockford E., 609 
Wm. J., 468 
Tinkham, Allen W., 905 
Titcomb, Chas. O., 874 
Townsend, Beulah, 305 
Rachel, 146 
Tracy, Electa, 413 
Trampe, Adam de, 592 
Treanor, Rose, 726 
Tripp, Annie C., 648 
Trowbridge, Miriam A., 1106 
True, Rebecca, 787 
Tucker, Eliz., 34 
Tuger, Henry J., 1090 
Tuttle, Francis M., 624 
Underwood, Ruth M., 1053 
Yanakin, David, 402 
Dudley L., 406 
Vance, Aspaph. 1081 
Van Emen, Martha, 792 
Varnado, Wilson, 997 
Yassar, John E., 1037 
Vaughn, Eliz. E„ 627 
Veber, Mary, 543 
Waite, Olive A., 1034 
Waldron, Wm. T., 441 
Walker, Florence, 1140 
Ward, Lena M., 1205 
Margaret, 1052 
Mary, 147 
Ware, Zebiah, 98 
Waring, Eliza, 716 
Waterhouse, Elgia, 924 
Weaver, Hannah M., 685 
Mary A., 435 
Webb, Paulina, 397 
Simon P., 529 
Weeden, Margaret, 43 
Welden, Glen, 1404 
Weller, Benj. F., 568 
Wells, James, 27 
Wetherill, Francis M., 1019 
Whecock, Justina, 422 
Whitaker, Wm., 676 








5°6 


White, Alice, 1186 
Chas. C., 846 
Fannie M., 765 
Helen, 414 
Harriet, 293 
John, 290 
Martha L., 477 
Squire, 229 
Whiting, Helena, 746 
Wilcox, Eclw., 561 
Ruth, 383 
Sarah, 51 

Wild, Eva M., 1207 
Wilkinson, Clara, 974 
Willard, Mary, 114 
Wincup, Chas., 764 


INDEX 

Wing, Luman B., 1035 
Winslow, Edw., 359 
Wm., 1162 
Winsor, Joshua, 13 
Wise, Isabel, 956 
Wood, Amy, 65 
Emeline, 859 
Melva M., 877 
Sarah, 98 

Wooster, Arthur M., 1235 
Wright, Fred’k, 1005 
John, 14 

Wylie, John B., 564 
Wyman, Cordelia P., 947 
Zeiper, Frances, 1021 


DESCENDANTS OF EDWARD BARKER OF 

BRANFORD, CONN. 


Abiel, 232 

Abigail, 9, 25, 36, 41, 78, 102, 200, 375 

Adelaide, 850 

Adelbert, 597, 617 

Adelia, 354 

Alanson, 323, 711 

Albert, 616, 74od, 816 

Alexander, 549 

Alfred, 569 

Algernon, 314, 508 

Alma, 386 

Almira, 535 

Alonzo, 336, 406, 453, 530, 646 
Amanda, 113, 115, 402, 466, 493 
Amelia, 160, 212, 631 
Amilda Susan, 670 
Amos, 416 

Anna, 11, 18, 89, 130, 316, 557, 793 

Ansel, 379 

Archelaus, 138 

Arlo Amead, 860 

Arthur, 724, 768 

Asa, 168, 766 

Asael Brace, 586 

Augustus, 108, 159, 276, 490, 517, 621 

Avery Milton, 394 

Bathsheba, 327 

Benjamin, 51, 269, 376, 698 

Bertha, 764, 796 

Bethiah, 218 

Bertrand, 795 

Candace, 202 

Caroline, 154, 315, 338, 357, 381, 543, 
694, 703, 74oh, 780 


Catherine, 255, 259, 264, 457, 481, 545, 
552 , 574, 642 
Celestia 564 
Chandler, 176 

Charles, 175, 454 , 507, 509, 527, 563, 
566, 602, 638, 647, 649, 713, 74ob, 
750 , 752 , 761, 769, 785, 815, 824, 
846 

Charlotte, 523, 771 
Chauncey, 546 
Chloe,. 87, 205, 341, 342 
Christiana, 139 
Clara, 814, 829, 265 
Clarence, 565, 701, 827 
Clarissa, 131, 343, 426, 861 
Claude, 579, 740 
Cora, 731, 740c, 74oe 
Cyrus, 421 
Cynthia, 467 

Daniel, 6, 28, 101, 182, 225, 411, 447, 

485 

David, 124, 262, 270, 486, 510, 690, 808 
Desdemona, 526 
Desire, 188, 214 
Donald, 496, 733 
Dorothy, 42, 99, 245, 801, 821 
Dwight, 497 
Earle, 686, 74oj 
Ebenezer, 14, 45, 147, 306 
Edith B., 740k 
Edgar Calvin, 740L 
Edson D., 498, 760 
Edward, 1, 3, 15, 46, 57, 153, 470, 538, 
740g, 773, 825 









INDEX 


5°7 


Edwin, 371, 547, 622 
Elan, 450 

Eleanor, 369, 515, 560 
Electa, 562 

Eliseph, 70, 222, 223, 417 
Elihu, 69, 114, 213, 387 
Eliphlet, 197 

Eliza, 294, 309, 384, 444. 475, 603 
Elizabeth, 7, 86 , 118, 236, 339, 399, 4^3, 
462, 582, 629, 740 f, 774 
Ella, 396, 669, 684, 822, 833 
Ellis Carson, 651 
Ellen M., 524, 682, 765 
Elmon, 277 
Elroy A., 805 
Elsie, 679, 728 
Emery, 628 

Emma, 13, 253, 331, 349, 430, 469, 
589, 687, 807, 862, 863 
Ephraim, 224 
Erastus, 137, 288 
Ernest, 749, 778 

Esther, 106, in, 148, 227, 328, 415, 
630 

Ethel, 658, 746 
Eugena, 252, 672 
Eugene, 252, 672 

Eunice, 58, 83, 93, 105, 189, 235, 308 
Eustace, 134 
Eva, 337, 577, 692, 842 
Fidelia A., 595 

Florence, 652, 727, 742, 787, 826, 828 
Frances, 472, 540, 726, 788 
Francis, 257, 471, 657 
Frank, 572, 668, 678, 725, 756, 806 
Franklin, 594, 810 
Frederick, 157, 573, 650, 732, 748 
George, 173, 335 , 383, 477 , 537 , 581, 
634 , 697, 721, 783, 809 
Gertrude, 849 
Giles, 155, 528 
Gordon, 38 

Hannah, 29, 47, 59 , 92, 119, 143 , 201, 
352 , 441 

Harriet, 329, 615, 637, 770, 782 
Hart, 427 
Harvey, 359 

Helen, 258, 474, 664, 729, 837 
Henrietta, 532 

Henry, 438, 512, 542, 553 , 585, 730 

Herbert, 655, 74oi, 744, 790 

Hezekiah, 197 

Hiram, 366 

Hope, 330 

Horace, 683, 792 

Howard, 836 

Hugh, 280 

Huldah, 12, 187, 429 

Ida, 575 , 620, 688, 817 


Irene, 52, 179b, 266, 281 
Isaac, 249 
Ithimer, 248 
Jaasaniah, 290 
Jacob, 100, 247 

James, 22, 76, 81, 128, 238, 300, 389, 
463, 555, 624, 641, 665, 779, 794 
Jane, 267, 345, 363, 484, 5 H, 54 i, 550 , 
636, 775 
Janet, 593, 789 
Jared, 39, 183, 519, 7 12 
Jason, 324 
Jay, 7 J 4 

Jeremiah, 149, 304 
Jerusha, 63 
Jesse, 221, 397, 419 
Joanna Elizabeth, 653 
Joel, 243 

John, 16, 48, 55, 164, 178, 180, 216, 

231, 305 , 3 i 1, 358 , 395 , 4 i 8 , 456 , 

522, 558, 591, 623, 639, 675, 716, 

757, 791, 798, 800, 820, 831, 864 
Jonathan, 5, 19, 72, 90, 123, 250, 279 
Joseph, 26, 27, 85, 91, 122, 237, 268, 
273, 476, 483, 626 
Josephine, 392 
Joshua, 317 
Jotham, 244 
Judson Olle, 755 
Julia, 439, 627, 671, 763 
Julius, 602 
Justin, 480 

Justus, 242, 285, 609, 844 
Keziah, 30, 104 
Laura, 275, 580 
Laurens, 413, 611 
Laverna Adella, 740a 
Lavillo, 608, 741 
Lena, 278, 776 
Lester, 340, 536, 610, 723 
Leverett, 230, 613, 442 
Levi, 193, 364 
Lewis, 367, 666 
Lillian, 691, 743, 813 
Linn Julian, 834 
Linus, 614 
Lloyd, 365 
Lois, 190, 344 
Lorena, 372, 57 L 740m 
Louise, 347, 460 
Lovicia, 568 
Lowly, 206 
Lucetta, 612 
Lucius, 348 

Lucretia, 79, 198, 229, 292, 353 
Lucy, 60, 135, 201, 584 
Lue, 207, 578 

Lydia, 31, 95 , 116, 146, 246, 3 73 , 422 
Lyman, 320, 695, 706 









5°8 


INDEX 


Mabel, 211, 400, 428, 685 
Malachi, 184 
Marcia, 440, 503, 561 
Marcus, 282 
Margaret, 84, 437 
Maria, 516 
Martin, 601 

Martha, 65, 204, 271, 398, 482, 589 
Matilda, 251 

Marshall Wardell, 334, 832 
Mary, 4, 8, 17, 20, 44, 56, 61, 71, 88, 
98, 103, no, 126, 132, 151, 162, 

166, 240, 263, 312, 332, 408, 478, 

513, 521, 525, 534, 539, 556, 592, 

618, 625, 681, 693, 710, 767, 797, 

812, 819, 823, 848, 852 
Merritt, 385 
Mertye, 747 
Mildred, 799 
Miles, 219, 283, 403 
Milo, 414, 600 
Morris, 587 
Munson, 220, 540 
Nancy, 307, 326, 377, 404, 432, 548 
Nathaniel, 144 
Nelle, 680 
Nelson, 431, 434 
Newman, 699 
Newton, 351, 632 
Norman, 350 
Olive, 287, 654, 841 
Oliver, 117, 261, 818 
Orange, 293 

Orlando, 407, 590, 596, 607 

Orville Jay, 605 

Orrin Hubbel, 758 

Orson, 356 

Oscar, 260, 656 

Papillon, 43 

Pearl, 786 

Peter, 50, 67, 165, 179 

Phebe, 208, 385, 599, 604, 619, 830 

Philo, 196, 360 

Philemon, 121 

Phineas, 140 

Phonett Coe, 531 

Pierre, 254, 409, 465, 663 

Pittman, 136, 296 

Prelate Demick, 455 

Rachel, 152 

Ralph, 150, 313, 803 

Ray, 840 

Rebecca, 23, 68 

Reuben, 361, 382 

Rhoda, 125, 272 

Robert, 461, 667, 803, 839 

Rosalie, 635 

Roxana, 518 

Rhuniah, 62 


Russell, 82, 436, 659 
Ruth, 859 
Rutherford, 228 
Sabina, 133 
Sala, 420 
Samantha, 380 

Samuel, 32, 40, 63, 107, 109, 112, 194, 
256, 355 , 368, 449, 544 , 633, 640, 
781 

Sarah, 24, 49, 54, 80, 127, 141, 156, 
181, 191, 233, 295, 362, 374, 401, 
433 , 529 , 567, 570 , 588, 700, 745 , 
753, 811 

Schuyler, 390, 739 
Serepta, 333 
Seth, 412 
Sheldon S., 405 
Sidney, 424 
Silas, 167 
Silence, 96 
Simeon, 179a, 754 
Sina, 660 

Solomon, 66, 192, 274 
Sophia, 161, 325, 370, 554 
Stephen W., 239 
Submit, 142 
Susan, 346, 393 
Sybil, 77 
Sylvia, 215 
Thadeus, 158 
Thankful, 33, 97, 241 
Theodore, 195 
Theodosia, 94 

Timothy, 34, 120, 265, 284, 479 
Thriphena, 163 
Thomas, 145, 210, 303, 662 
Uzal, 21, 64, 185, 217 
Uzella, 388 
Veda, 845 
Velma, 489 
Vincent, 504 
Violet, 853 
Vivian, 784 
Vira D., 839a 
Volney Parks, 425 
Walter Amos, 759 
Wardell, 186 
Wellington, 835 
Wilford, 435 
Willard, 576 

William, 2, 10, 35, 37, 129, 1 7 T 234, 
391, 458, 473 , 520, 551 , 559 , 583 , 
648, 661, 689, 696, 709, 715 , 751 , 
762, 772, 838, 847, 866 
Wilson, 777 
Winifred, Ella, 802 
Wright, 226 
Zalmon, 209, 378 
Zenas, 203 




INDEX 


509 


PERSONS MARRIED WITH EDWARD BARKER 

DESCENDANTS 


Abbott, Nehemiah, 227 
Adams, Rhoda, 168 
Addington, Maria, 334 
Alexander, Wallace M., 681 
Allen, Mary, 48 
Andrews, Rhoda, 203 
Andrus, Jessie, 632 
Appelle, Frances J., 250 
Armstrong, Sarah, 309 
Arnot, Geo. B., 658 
Altoft, Wm., 767 
Atwater, Eliz., 180 
Averill, Chester, 80 
Babcock, Amos, 39 
Badger, Giles, 370 
Jeremiah, 369 
Bagley, Butler, 139 
Baker, Esther, 32 
Hannah, 34 
Jonathan, 44 
Balch, Eliphalet, 292 
Baldwin. Daniel, 94 
Hannah, 13 
Huldah, 224 
Sarah, 138 
Bander, Elmer, 819 
Bangs, Orville. 321 
Barker, Francis, 257 
John S., 522 
Laurens, 611 
Leverett, 230 
Thos., 145 
Timothy, 120 
Zalmon, 378 
Barnard, Phebe C., 322 
Barret, Stephen, 294 
Jaazaniah, 295 
Barrett, Rembert, 727 
Bartholomew, Hannah, 27 
Minnie, 565 

Bartlett, Frances G., 480 
Julia, 537 
Barton, Anna, 531 
Chas., 529 
Eliphaz, 332 
Thos., 343 
Bates, Frank, 680 
Jas., 793 
Beadle, John, 58 
Beere, Sarah, 51 
Benton, Hannah, 19 
Lydia, 193 

Billington, Lucinda, 336 
Bingham, Sam’l. J., 618 
Birge, Mrs. Addie, 714 


Blakesley, Simon, 208 
Bowen, Olive L., 609 
Brace, Melinda, 403 
Bracy, Marion, 576 
Bradley, Jane, 419 
Brooks, Eli, 142 
Brown, Ella V., 794 
Frank G., 692 
Sarah, 46 

Bullock, Welcome, 388 
Burd, Jackson, 571 
Burwell, Elliot, 457 
Byerly, Sarah, 579 
Byington, Lydia, 100 
Calkins, Addie, 395 
Camp, Sam'l., 79 
Campbell, Anna, 725 
Carskadden, Harvey, 346 
Carver, Mary, 626 
Case, John L., 623 
Chandler, Blanche E., 744 
Chapin, Frances J., 601 
Clough, Agustus, 731 
Clute, Mary, 632 
Coe, Isaac, 432 
Polly L., 335 
Cogswell, Fred’k., 850 
Conklin, Emily, 112 
Cooper, Chas., 460 
John, 264 

Craig, Victor T., 743 
Cutler, Jas. C., 478 
W. Park, 472 
Culver, Olive, 378 
Curtis, Hiram, 402 
Ruth, 67 

Dawley, Amanda, 542 
Davis, Edgar, 642 
Dean, J. M., 258 
Delamater, Harriet, 282 
Delevan, Mariah, 112 
Dennison, Clara, 725 
Devin, Wm. D., 466 
Doggett, Elkanah, 235 
Douglas, Nellie, 686 
Draper, Edwin K., 726 
Druse, Caroline, 699 
Durfee, Sarah, 412 
Wm. R.. 745 
Eckler, Oarinda, 696 
Marietta, 698 
Sarah, 510 
Ernest, Fred, 839 
Fancher, Laura, 282 
i Ferguson, Joanna, 455 








510 INDEX 


Fitzsimmons, Thos., 253 
Foot, Levi, 126 
Foote, Ebenezer, 68 
Eliz., 26 
Ephriam, 60 
Daniel, 8 j 
Hulda, 101 
Sam’l., 9 

Ford, Hannah, 100 
Fosmire, Edw. P., 753 
Frisbe, Caleb, hi 
F risbie, Abigail, 10 
Timothy, 61 
Frissell, Abigail, 43 
Fuller, Henry, 630 
Gardner, Clark, 691 
Geheet, 672 
Gilbert, Mary, 37 
Gilles, Acie, 861 
Glasscock, Laura, 461 
Goodell, Henry V., 740k 
Goodrich, Catherine, 376 
Gideon, 25 

Gormel, Henry L., 747 
Gray, Ann, 406 
Green, Wm, 513 
Nathan, 199 
Greene, Roselle, 444 
Gridley, J. Orrin, 524 
Griffin, Leland, 849 
, 201 

Griswold, Mrs. Martha, 265 
Groves, Jane E., 622 
Hale, Chas. R., 740m 
Hall, Elias, 62 
Halliday, Flora E., 74od 
Hand, Caroline M., 530 
Harding, Lyman S., 441 
Harrison, Eliz., 2 
Hart, Almena, 336 
Hassel, Harry, 728 
Hastings, Chas., 398 
Havens, Geo., 215 
Haverland, Geo., 493 
Hayes, Clark, 275 
Hecox, Anella, 665 
Hertig, Alonzo, 740a 
Higbee, Lurman, 331 
Hill, Benj., 381 
Elijah, 380 
Hinton, Mary J., 616 
Hitchcock, Abigail, 409 
Abigail, 411 
Eben, 404 

Hoadley, Dan’l., 103 
Hodge, Philander, 459 
Hood, C. T., 746 
Hopkins, Clarissa, 695 
Hosford, Perley, 288 
Hough, Dan’l., 126 


House, Sybil, 340 
Howe, Mabel, 724 
Hoxie, Joseph B., 684 
Hubbard, Emma, 713 
Hubbell, Adaliza, 621 
Hull, Wm., 377 
Huntington, Mrs. Anna, 85 
Huston, R. J., 839a 
Hyde, Emily, 490 
Ireland, Wm., 426 
Jackson, Geo., 826 
Janes, Eliz., 184 
Johnson, Ebenezer, 11 
Helen, 465 
Solomon, 36 
Johnstone, John, 462 
Jones, Wm. LI., 184 
Julian, J. Q., 469 
Keith, Ida M., 668 
Kimmell, F. M., 679 
Kirkland, Rachel, 57 
Klapp, John R., 252 
Knickerbocker, Henry C, 812 
Lamport, Zebdiah W., 312 
Landers, Stephen P., 349 
Lapham, Arlie, 831 
Wm., 540 

Law, Ellen E. B., 522 
Leanard, Benj., 267 
Ledyard, David, 467 
Leete, Lucy, 40 
Lewis, Kate, 196 
Linsley, Ebenezer, 77 
Livingston, Ann G„ 254 
Long, Gladys, 832 
Lumbard, Zirza M., 334 
Luther, Mary E., 555 
McClelland, Alex., 556 
Isabelle, 364 
Jane, 366 
Nancy, 371 

McClure, Antoinette, 847 
McCreary, Emma, 456 
McHugh, Wm., 793 
McLean, Louisa, 334 
McVay, Madison, 469 
Mahan, Emma, 715 
M&ltby, Sam’]., 7 
Marshall, Polly, 186 
Martin, Albert, 603 
Mathews, Matilda, 471 
Maxted, Susie, 714 
Mayhew, Polly, 410 
Megee, Wm., 631 
Mehuron, Antha, 690 
Merrick, John A., 627 
Millard, London, 200 
Miller, Agnes, 536 
Asher, 629 
Munroe, Mary, 81 



INDEX 


511 


Morse, John, 198 
Moss, 386 
Joseph, 4 

Moulthrope, Keziah, 6 
Munson, Ellen, 519 
Martha, 21 
Mary, 320 

Nichols, Herbert B., 787 
Norris, Harry E., 763 
Nye, Alvin, 821 
Odell, Margaret, 340 
Ouillette, Thos., 740c 
Palmer, Abigail, 28 
Chas., 525 
Nathan, 23 
Stephen H., 31 
Palmerlee, Jas. M., 259 
Paul, John, 518 
Papillon, Mary, 3 
Parish, Ephriam, 60 
Park, Henry M., 592 
Parks, Garissa, 223 
Parr, Lottie, 655 
Parsons, Loven J., 575 
Patterson, Asa, 511 
Payton, A mi Ida, 463 
Penharwood, Frank, 515 
Peters, H. L., 653 
Petherick, Benj., 688 
Pettit, Grace S., 455 
Phelps, Betsy, 323 
Olive A., 405 
Phillips, Mrs., 632 
Piker, Sarah, 667 
Post, Stiles, 116 
Potter, Rose, 647 
Price, John, 41 
Prout, Anna, 453 
Putnam, John, 433 
Timothy, 271 
Quick, Mrs. Jane, 379 
Rackcliffe, Geo. M., 74oh 
Rawson, Adaline B., 606 
Reed, Truman, 151 
Richards, Hannah, 66 
Rinnberg, Eva, 766 
Robinson, E. M., 654 
Laura, 389 
Rogers, Edmund, 80 
Frances, 701 
Kate, 454 
Simeon, 166 
Rose, David, 29 
Jonathan, 9 
Rudd, Lydia, 136 
Ruggles, Wm. B., 543 
Russell, Abigail, 22 
Esther, 45 
John, 17 
Jonathan, 95 


Jonathan, 13 
Sarah, 16 

Sampson, Wm., 408 
Sanford, Desire, 64 
Ezekial, 68 
Ezra, 65 
Mabel. 70 
Wm. H., 729 
Sawyer, Noah W., 287 
Scott, Pascal, 670 
Sheldon, C. J.. 481 
Sherman, David, 333 
Marie, 309 

Shipman, Emmett W., 537 
Shugart, Eliza B., 256 
Simpson, Mary R., 479 
Skeels, 365 
Slocum, Chas. 539 
Smead, Eva, 809 
Smith, Bertha, 659 
Bertram, 788 
Catherine, 217 
Chas., 848 
Dowell, 30 
Oren, 401 
Wm., 400 

Snodgrass, W. W., 694 
Spencer, Charlotte, 751 
Squires, Lavina E., 390 
Stebbins, Eunice, 83 
Steyner, John F., 807 
Stoutenberg, Chas., 817 
Stratton, Harold T., 789 
Swain, Mary E., 607 
Taggert, Emma M., 559 
Taintor, Joseph, 24 
Thomas, Bethiah, 69 
Sally, 219 

Thompson, Alida, 749 
Aseneth, 413 
Mabel, 137 
Thornell, Susan, 697 
Edwin, 823 
Thornton, Mary, 453 
Tilden, 327 
Tracy, Sophia, 416 
Trowbridge, Axiah, 368 
Tully, John, 17 
Tupper, Edw. A., 669 
Tuttle, Martha, 122 
Twining, Lucy, 307 
Tyler, A. Hemingway, 623 
Obediah, 47 
Valentine, Rebecca, 285 
Van Yechten, Eliz. M., 335 
Veeley, Jacob S., 742 
Wales, Harry G., 652 
Walton, Edw., 796 
Wardell, Ebenezer, 18 
Mary, 5 










512 


INDEX 


Warner, Mary A., 756 
Whitaker, Geo. G., 396 
White, Anna C., 438 
Artemus W., 272 
Joseph G., 693 
Whitman, Adolph, 672 
Wilford, Eliz., 82 
Joseph, no 

Wilkinson, Wm. H., 833 
Williams, Eunice, 85 


Wood, Kate, 538 
Woodhull, Hannah, 228 
Worthingham, Morrison, 570 
Wright, Ella, 487 
Elimina, 397 
Emmeline, 414 
Lydia, 221 
Phebe, 220 
Stephen S., 202 
Youells, Josephine, 624 


DESCENDANTS OF ROBERT BARKER OF PLYMOUTH 

COLONY, MASS. 


Abigail, 6, 28, 72, 139, 218, 291, 417, 
534, 605, 752, 824 
Abner P., 529 

Abraham, 116, 147, 256, 298, 319, 434, 

455 , 513 , 707 
Adelaide, 524, 546 
Adeline, 413 
Adolphus Baker, 872 
Albert, 551 
Alden, 318 
Alexander R., 510 

Alice, 34, 88, 542, 695, 748, 778, 878, 
889, 890 

Amy, 302, 473, 496 
Andrew Sigourney, 251 
Ann, Anna, 101, 157, 203, 227, 239, 
246, 252, 438, 458, 472, 533, 627, 
720, 725, 751, 916 
Anthony, 688 
Antoniette, 762 
Arabella, 779, 780, 781 
Augustus James, 430 
Avis H., 539 
Barnabas, 359, 608, 614 
Bartlett, 487 
Bathsheba, 17, 151, 418 
Benjamin, 141, 232, 261, 378, 454, 464, 
543, 619, 625, 626, 687, 704 
Bertha, 850, 864 
Bethiah, 70, 171 
Bowen, 346 

Caleb, 30, 96, 211, 217, 382, 403 
Caroline, 536, 773, 813 
Carr, 214, 398, 630, 823 
Carroll C., 899 
Catherine, 460, 703 

Charles, 100, 213, 281, 289, 336, 337, 
477, 502, 530, 344, 613, 664c, 679, 
693, 721, 735 , 769, 785 , 789, 802, 
804, 833, 840, 862, 896, 909 
Chauncey West, 787 
Chester Sylvester, 690 
Christiana, 480 


Clara Tredway, 888 
Clarence, 658, 830 
Clarissa, 611, 808, 859 
Clark, 389 
Constant, 52 
Cordelia, 415 
Cynthia, 732 

Daniel, 89, 199, 220, 581, 882 
David, 62, 242, 925 

Deborah, 31, 36, 64, 77, 126, 140, 169, 
192, 260, 290, 355, 375, 408, 436, 

615 

Delbert, 794 
Delia Cushing, 450 
Diadamai, 216 
Dora Belle, 867 
Dorothy Bertini, 926 
Ebenezer, 26, 84, 191, 354 , 566, 572, 
579 , 774 , 883 
Edith, 734, 755 

Edward, 50, 144, 420, 562, 570, 5 77, 
639, 643, 681, 706, 776 
Edwin, 911 
Eleanor, 453, 854 

Eliza, 73 , 268, 276, 297, 377, 405, 508, 
522, 549 

Elisha, 25, 79, 283, 360, 609, 806 
Ellen, 559, 709, 750 
Elsie May, 847 

Elizabeth, 20, 45, 74, 78, 83, 95 , 121, 
129, 142, 156, 176, 183, 185, 204, 

228, 237, 254, 264, 332, 34B 342, 

381, 406, 428, 437, 456, 468, 476, 

520, 528, 548, 596, 672, 689, 698, 

716, 723, 756, 818, 829, 921 
Emma, 538, 744 , 877 
Emmaline, 397 
Eunice, 128, 366 
Ernest Pickering, 845 
Esther, 310, 491 
Ezekiel, 367 
Florence, 844, 849 
Frances, 486 














INDEX 


Francis, 4, 10, 18, 22, 56, 6o, no, 173, 
190, 273, 329, 330, 333 . 334 , 338, 
349, 519, 556, 561, 712 
Frank, 884. 793 

Frederick, 612, 664d, 777, 885, 893 
Freeman, 842 
Folger, 701 

1 George, 90, 241. 404. 309, 535 , 576, 589, 
616, 624, 667, 692, 738, 782, 791, 
810, 846, 887, 898 
Georgianna Loring, 892 
Gertrude, 879 

Gideon, 98, 208, 387, 393. 644, 654, 663, 

9 J 5 

Gilbert Simmons, 903 
Grace, 178, 331, 335 , 877, 913 
! Gustavus, 638, 657 
Hannah, 53, 82, 102, 172. 201, 205, 294, 
363, 384, 414 , 448 , 635, 786 , 817 
Harold Remington, 754 
Harriet, 423, 574, 664c, 671, 691 
Hazel, 831 

Helen, 419, 547, 747, 912 
! Henrietta, 736, 803 
! Henry, 245, 279, 426, 537 , 696, 811 
' Hepsabeth, 127 
Hezekiah, 112 
Huldah, 225, 607 
Huntington, 901 
Ida, 908 

' Illathera, 386, 637, 641 
Ira, 221, 407 
Irving Scudder, 675 
Isaac, 2, 8, 27, 47, 57, 85, 117, 123, 
138, 155, 188, 233, 274, 295, 303, 
312, 392, 478, 550, 560, 656, 664 
Isabelle, 469, 615, 673 
Isadora, 714 
Isaiah Dunston, 600 
Israel Turner, 284 
, Jabez, 15, 58, 309, 328 
Jacob, 118, 253, 43i, 602, 628 
Tames, 29, 87, 109, 234, 422, 586, 666, 
697, 763, 783, 792 , 851, 895, 907 
Jane, 463, 470 
Jedida, 114 
Joanna, 194, 680 
Job Smith, 495 

John, 94, hi, 180, 213, 258, 277, 282, 

293 , 3 i 1, 356 , 376 , 385, 388 , 412, 

497 , 5i6, 573 , 580, 593 , 594 , 649, 

665. 740, 743, 797, 809, 822, 837, 

880 

Joseph, 54, 148, 271, 305, 314, 467, 498 , 
587, 661, 719, 819, 833, 869, 924 
Josephine, 852, 920, 923 
: Joshua, 19, 59, 97 , 99, 175 , * 79 . 186, 
210, 224, 286, 339 , 4io, 599 , 799 
Josiah, 21, 40, 81, 130, 189, 263, 348, 
35 L 439 . 564 , 584, 77 i 


5*3 


Judah, 146, 651 

Judith, 16, 37 . 103, 125, 598 , 760 

Julia, 484. 660, 807, 834. 914 

Justin Neall, 902 

Latham, 122 

Laura, 655, 683, 853 

Lavantia 788 

Lemuel, 166, 320, 327 

Leo Yaugh, 917 

Lillian F., 875 

Lois, 826, 919 

Loring, 352, 583, 894 

Louisa, 757, 843 

Lucinda, 659 

Lucy, 65, 66, 67, 177, 379 , 4 H, 5 M, 
682, 775, 796 

Lydia, 14, 35 , 46, 92, 105, 135 , 198, 
230, 236, 267, 3 i 5 , 380, 396, 492, 
554, 601, 640, 645. 664b, 669, 729, 
798 , 891 

Macomber, 353, 604, 582 
Marcia I., 827 

Margaret, 49, 104, 321, 457 , 505 , 525 , 
569, 708, 784, 860 
Maria, 326. 345 , 475 , 558, 590, 801 
Marion, 758, 904 

Martha, 13, 270, 383, 629, 737, 828 
Mary, 12, 41, 48, 61, 86, 106, 107, 115,. 
154, 161, 174, 184, 200, 238, 257, 

269. 343 , 368, 391 , 399 , 421, 479 , 

506, 512, 552, 555 . 565 , 571 , 592 , 

603, 606, 685, 722, 741 , 749 , 753 , 

766, 768, 772, 790, 795, 812, 815, 

868, 874, 886, 910 
Mercy, 207 
Meriba, 489 

Michael, 51, 152, 301, 621, 713, 865 
Milton, 670, 841 
Mira Katherine, 839 
Myron, 873 

Nancy, 212, 306, 325, 482, 541 
Nathan, 71 . 

Nathaniel, 75, 219, 272, 610, 636, 825 
Olive, 362 
Oliver, 394, 664a 
Otis, 710 
Parrish, 900 
Patience Cook, 881 
Peleg, 43 , 124, 283, 296, 445, 503, 588, 
620 

Penelope, 165 
Phebe, 119, 145. 323 
Phyllis, 861 

Prince, 43, 120, 137, 292, 465 
Priscilla, 350, 568, 578 
Rebecca, 3, 11, 153, 167, 278, 322, 459 , 
523, 618, 805 
Redwood, 855 

Rhoda, 158, 304, 316, 471, 485, 717 , 
870 














5 l 4 


INDEX 


Rhodes, 585 


Richard, 

702, 

858, 

922 




Robert, 

L 5 , 

9 , 33 , 38 , 

93 , 

108, 

134 , 

163, 

206, 

209, 

226, 

229, 

247 , 

248, 

288, 

374 , 

429, 

493 , 

518, 

816, 

856, 

871, 

918, 

927 





Rodman, 

, 700 






Roland, 

848 






Rose Etta, 765 





Rowland 

', 857 





Ruby, 168 






Ruel, 820 






Ruth, 21 

S, 80, 

143 , 

159 , 

187, 

3 i 3 , 

344 , 

494 , 

545 , 

591 , 

718, 866, 928 


Samuel, 

7 , 35 

1, 131 

, 280, 

300, 

3 i 7 , 

395 , 

401, 

446, 

461, 

699 




Sarah, 63, 113, 133, 170, 

195 , 

197 , 

223, 

235* 

243 , 

244 , 

255 , 

262, 

266, 

357 , 

364, 

400, 

447 , 

466, 

474 , 

488, 

504 , 

511 , 

532 , 

563 , 

595 , 

668, 

724, 

733 , 

739 , 

764, 

800, 

838 





Seth, 55, 567 
Sigourney, 435 
Sophia Gooding, 515 
Sophronia, 347 

Stephen, 91, 164, 507, 730, 731 
Susan, 275, 299, 340, 416, 462, 531 , 
617, 814 


Susanna, 32, 136, 160, 490 
Sylvester, 42, 162, 287 
Sylvia, 68 
Thaddeus, 863 

Thomas, 24, 69, 182, 181, 193, 202, 222, 
240, 249, 358, 361, 365, 449, 575, 
622, 642 

Timothy, 308, 677 
Tryphena, 481 
Turner, 402 
Urania, 623 
Ursula, 196 
Velma Jeannette, 686 
Wallace, 832 
Walter Scott, 684 
Warren S., 540 
Watters Burr, 409 
Wesley Pickering, 678 
Wharton, 433 
Wilbert, 836 
Wilbur, 664f 

William, 76, 132, 231, 250, 265, 307, 

324, 390, 425, 427, 432, 440, 483, 

517, 521, 526, 527, 553, 557, 597, 

662, 674, 703, 7i 1, 742, 759, 761, 

767, 770, 879 
Wilma Frances, 929 


PERSONS MARRIED WITH ROBERT BARKER 

DESCENDANTS 


Allen, Hannah, 29 
James, 751 
Ruth, 320 
Thos., 160 
Walter, 115 
Almy, Bridget, 138 
Henry, 520 

Ambrose, Matilda M., 422 
Ames, Emma M., 537 
Andrews, Sarah M., 233 
Anthony, Stephen, 522 
William, 447 
Armstrong, Eliz., 45 
Athaern, Lydia C., 420 
Bailey, Clementine, 387 
Deborah, 209 
Ebenezer, 121 
Jacob, 381 

Baker, Harriet A., 719 
Henry G, 532 
John, 80 
Lavantia, 585 
Margaret C., 433 
Urban E., 867 


Barker, Benjamin, 141 
Blaney P., 413 
Edward, 776 
Hannah, 27 
Joshua, 59 
Barnard, Eliz., 509 
Barney, Mary C., 421 
Bartlett, Deborah C, 360 
Beal, John, 411 
Bennett, 41 
Berry, Isabel, 521 
Bickford, Lucy A., 644 
Bigelow, Henry, 421 
Bingham, Surgus, 720 
Boone, Wm. C., 698 
Borden, Abraham, 323 
Meriba, 58 
Bourn, Eliz., 220 
Bowan, Margaret, 305 
Bowen, Eliz., 79 
Bowerman, Wm., 400 
Briggs, Cornelius, 23 
Elbridge, 682 
Ruth P., 497 






INDEX 


5'5 



> 9 ) 


Seth, 140 
260 

Brower, Baldwin, 254 
Brown, Howard P., 86g 
Brownell, Fenner C., 539 
Bruner, Martha C., 787 
Bryant, Jonathan, 20 
Seth, 78 


07, 

i 


Mrs. 137 
Bud long, Polly, 354 
Buffum, David, 299 
Margaret, 298 
Burnell, Jonathan, 36 
Burnham, Francis A., 565 
Byrd, Amanda J., 712 
Carr, Ann, 30 
Thos., 380 
Wm, 28 

Cates, Chas. B., 457 
Chamberlain, Amos, 419 
Chapman, Avis, 707 
Chase, Benj., 167 
Isaac, 290 
Jedidah, 38 
Sarah, 314 

Childs, Rebecca, 510 
Churchill, Eliz., 349 
Clapp, Geo., 408 
Clark, Lydia, 213 
Coffin, Christian, 39 
Mrs. Eliz., 40 
Peleg., 126 
Sarah, 109 
Coleman, Eliz., 232 
Cook, Joseph, 156 
Pardon, 158 
Rhoda, 155 
Corey, Thos., 276 
Cousins, Lewis B., 512 
Covert, Isaac, 541 
Crane, Katherine, 256 
Crocker, Heman, 236 
Mary E., 411 
Crooker, Jonathan, 196 
Tilden, 350 
Crosby, 12 
Crummet, Frank, 396 
Curtis, Lucy, 67 
Rebecca, 360 
Reuben, 363 
Cushing, Eliza, 348 
John, 64 
Mary, 684 
Cushman, Obed, 159 
Damon, Jas. H., 536 
Davis, Christopher, 453 
Helen, 759 
Sarah A., 529 
Dennis, Catherine, 454 


Devol, Janathan, 157 
Pardon, 310 
Dimock, Della, 670 
Marshall, 669 
Dorland, Willett, 457 
Dove, Percival, 890 
Durfee, Jessie S., 858 
Dwelley, 291 
Edes, Robt. B., 563 & 568 
Eldred, Annah, 393 
Emma, 389 
Ellis, David, 187 
Francis, 750 
Otis, 313 

Emerson, Eliz., 661 
Emery, Charlotte, 609 
Eppler, Chas. H., 897 
Estes, Mathew, 34 
Susanna, 94 
Farnum, Moses, 115 
Farrington, Geo. P., 803 
Felton, Eleanor S., 774 
Finch, Jessie, 721 
Fletcher, Mary S., 280 
Flint, Edith, 706 
Rev. Jacob, 287 
Folger, Bethiah, 7 
Eliz., 130 
Geo. G., 239 
Mrs. Sarah G., 38 
Ford, Olive, 193 
Rolla, 717 
Francis, Ezra, 490 
Joseph C., 733 
Friesner, Catherine, 477 
Frye, Ellen M., 455 
Fuller, Sally, 566 
Gardner, Lydia, 109 
Sarah, 41 
Shubael, 103 

Garrett, Rosalpha D., 557 
Gelette, J. Edw., 751 
Gibson, Geo., 685 
Gifford, Albert, 316 
Sam’l. F., 753 

Goddard, Rev. Josiah R., 549 
Gooch, Catherine, 300 
Goodrich, Ira, 574 
Gould, Sam’l., 45 
Gray, Jane, 392 
John, 154 

Greenberg, Annie, 830 
Grierson, Chas. H., 739 
Griffith, Ruth, 467 
Grow, Chas. F., 722 
Haight, Eff. C., 705 
Hammett, Wm., 127 
Hammond, Eliz. J., 319 
Mary, 711 
Hargis, Sophie, 869 











516 index 


Harper, Christina, 303 
Isabelle, 301 
Harrison, John C., 255 
Haskins, Joseph C., 734 
Hatch, Penelope, 351 
Hathaway, Wm., 143 
Hawes, Edith K., 754 
Haynes, Obed, 399 
Hazard, Eliz., 118 
Herrold, Joseph, 468 
Hewitt, Geo., 472 
Hibbard, John, 470 
Hicks, Edw. W., 534 
Higginson, Geo., 428 
Hippee, Herndon P., 859 
Hodges, Rachel, 98 
Hodgson, Mrs. Penelope, 69 
Hofes, Rebecca J., 638 
Holmes, Horace, 578 
Hooper, Eliz. L., 777 
Hopkins, Priscilla, 116 
Horan, John, 732 
Houghton, Anne, 535 
Howe, Edw. C., 596 
Reginald H., 758 
Howland, Amy, 311 
Daniel, 16 
Eliz., 57 
Fidelia, 799 
Hannah, 93 
Illathera, 211 
John, 17 
John C., 542 
Luthan, 161 
Prince, 31 
Reuben, 729 
Richard, 269 
Rodolphus, 505 
Sarah, 56 
Sarah, 317 
Urania, 361 
Hunt, Wm. G., 255 
Huntington, Mary E., 585 
Hussey, Paul, 104 
Lucretia, 229 
Hutchins, Mary, 358 
Imes, John, 304 
Ivory, Henry W., 545 
Jacob, Mary, 22 
James, Jeanette B., 250 
Jenkins, Thos., 104 
Edwin W., 416 
Jessup, Harriet, 231 
Johnson, Ann, 378 
Joseph, 383 
Thos. C., 831 
Wm. F., 246 
Josselyn, Joseph, 42 
Wm., 448 
Keen, Abigail, 44 


Benj., 31 
Chas., 611 
Isaac, 205 
John, 11 
Lot, 205 

Kelley, Albert, 635 
Benj., 523 
Emily, 735 
Kelly, Robt. D., 784 
Kendrick, Wm. W., 460 
Kingsbury, Hiram, 469 & 471 
Lake, Eph., 491 
Lapham, Thos., 508 
Lawrence, Eligh W., 790 
Lawton, Eliza H., 702 
Leavitt, Grace, 173 
Leslie, Frances H., 789 
Libby, Everrett, 914 
Lincoln, Chas., 413 
Jedidiah, 22 
Levi, 216 
Luther, 332 
Mary, 4 

Linn Caroline, 394 
Litchfield, Benj., 571 
Little, Bethia, 24 
Constant, 197 
John O., 541 
Melvin, 683 
Nathaniel, 46 
Sarah, 295 
Long, Ada M., 699 
Lord, Eliz. G., 393 
Loring, Abigail, 296 
Ichabod, 815 
Priscilla, 191 
Lyman, Joseph, 672 
McAdams, Wm., 715 
McCaulis, John J., 254 
McDonald, Wm., 306 
Mclntire, Wm. S., 888 
McLachlan, Lydia, 572 
McLaughlin, Margaret, 575 
Machintin, Geo., 781 
Mackintire, Geo. E., 780 
Macomber, Onesimus, 67 
Sarah, 21 
Sarah, 81 
Macy, Wm., 114 
Manwaring, Barsheba, 43 
March, Phebe, 5 
Massey, Vernie, 841 
Maxfield, Eunice, 493 
Wm., 528 

Maxwell, Ellen B., 551 
Mayhew, W. H„ 852 
Mead, Harriet S., 567 
Mellor, Edw., 436 
Merrill, John, 737 
Merservy, Reubin, 386 







INDEX 




Miles, 555 
Millan, Ella, 519 
Miller, Josiah, 12 
John, 760 
Mitchell, Eliz., 40 
Moore, E. Hasting, 473 
Morrison, Isabelle, 401 
Morse, Lucy M., 681 
Munroe, Chas. E., 886 
Frank, 447 

Newhall, Joseph P., 456 
Norwood, Sarah B., 409 
Noyes, Abbie D., 662 
Sarah A., 597 
Nutting, Majorie, 902 
Nye, Willard, 508 
Oldham, David, 355 
Olmstead, Arthur H., 554 
Oren, John, 515 
Otis, Almeda L., 461 
Overman, Louis G, 698 
Oxley, Lena B., 871 
Panushka, John, 838 
Parker, Rebecca, 131 
Partridge, Rebecca, 141 
Peckham, Frank, 875 
Philips, Hannah, 307 
Phillips, Absalom, 605 
, 218 

Pickett, Eleanor, 308 
Pierce, Columbus, 716 
James, 396 
Jas. M., 568 
Pinkham, Thos., 276 
Plummer, Chas. L., 741 
Pollard, Lydia, 576 
Post, Francis, 494 
Potter, Alden T., 749 
Chas. W., 528 
Jas. H., 506 
Lemuel, 533 
Lyman, 496 
Rebecca. 324 
Susanna, 324 

Powell, Isaac C. W., 514 
Prence, Judith, 2 
Prible, Sarah, 214 
Priest, Lyman, 673 
Pugh, Mrs. Ferabee, 69 
Ramsdell, Jos., 185 
Randall, Deborah, 26 
Thos., 192 

Rasche, Mary G, 783 
Reynolds, I. H., 850 
Read, Rev. Jos. B., 552 
Reed, Thaxter, 347 
Remington, Alice K., 540 
Rice, Micajah, 569 
Rich, Ann D., 406 
Robert, Sanderson, 244 


Rogers, Isaac, 362 
Isaiah A., 800 
Jos., 6 

Rose, John, 515 
Ross, Alary, 352 
Rotch, Benj., 129 
Rouse, John, 153 
Russell, Deborah, no 
Rebecca, 15 

Sammis, Gorden N., 874 
Sampson, Lydia, 282 
Sanders, Hephzibah C., 674 
Sarrasqueta, Josephine, 697 
Scott, John M., 438 
Seabury, Robt. F. t 723 
Shattuck, Mary C., 564 
Shaw, Edw., 752 
Sherman, Huldah, 359 
Lucy, 408 

Sigourney, Andrew, 113 
Silvev, Wm., 718 
Simmons, Marion, 791 
Sisson. David A., 531 
Stephen, 145 
Warren, 531 
Slade, Albert L., 859 
Mary, 527 
Slocum, Eliz., 8 
Smith, Amy, 309 
Benj., 302 
Increase, 142 
Grace, 898 
Josiah, 184 
Moses, 326 
Rebecca, 54 
Ruel, 817 
Ruth, 356 
Snow, Abigail, 731 
Wm., 3 

Sowle, Mrs. Sylvia, 164 
Spaulding. Coit, 547 
Spooner, Kate, 851 
Sprague, Jas., 198 
Wm., 568 
Steiner, Clara, 677 
Stetson, Ebenezer, 35 
Jas. H., 615 
Roger, 617 

Stevens, Nancy A., 804 
Stone, Mason H., 847 
Sturtevant, Martin P., 342 
Swain, Francis, 105 
David, 238 

Swenson, Hildur E., 704 
Sylvester, Deborah B., 221 
Geo.. 379 
Hannah E., 624 
Tagg, Alfred R., 671 
Thatcher, E. Gordon, 755 
Thaxter, Hannah, 60 











5i8 


INDEX 


Thaxter, Susanna, 179 
Thos., 174 

Thayer, Martyn C., 418 
Thomas, Charlotte A., 498 
Thompson, Eliz., 189 
Thornton, Gilbert, 511 
Thurston, Ida B., 530 
Tibbetts, Fred. H., 645 
Tidmarsh, Nathaniel 200 
Tiger, 86 
Tilden, Caleb, 194 
Titterington, Milton, 559 
Torrence, Ellen, 613 
Torrey, Albert, 417 
Eliz., 188 
Rev. Jos., 345 
Tracy, Frank D., 764 
Trask, Edw., 916 
Treadway Mary M., 782 
Trip, Maria, 166 
Tripp, Amy, 518 
Jonathan, 489 
Margaret, 164 
Tucker, Chas. H., 546 
Mehitable, 318 
Ruth, 163 
Sylvia, 502 

Tunstall, Col. Wm., 183 
Turner, Eliz., 134 
Grace, 94 
May, 899 
Reuben, 423 

Twycross, Martha A., 643 
Upton, Maria L., 601 
Van Zandt, Wm., 254 
Vaughan, Eliz., 663 
Wanton, Hannah, 9 
Michael, 28 


DESCENDANTS OF JOHN 

Abigail, 93, 96, 137, 160, 247, 277 

Abner, 13, 148 

Adaline, 45, 333 

Adelaide E., 452 

Agnes, 201 

Albert, 318, 395 

Alethea, 64 

Alfred, 301 

Alice, 392, 402 

Amos B., 423 

Angeline, 245 

Anna, 3, 8, 9, 17, 46, 166, 198 
Ardelia Lee, 343b 
Arleen Muriel, 398 
Arthur J., 382 


Ward, Israel, 304 
Sam’l. G. t 252 
Warden, Susan W., 553 
Weinstein, Carrie, 837 
Welsh, Madison F., 860 
Westcott, Georgianna T., 678 
Stephen T., 592 
Wm., 598 

Wharton, Sarah, 256 
Wheeler, Jonathan, 119 
White, Abigail, 731 
Elma, 872 
Eliz., 319 
Mary C., 374 
Sarah, 317 
Sarah J., 328 
Whiting, John S., 775 
Whitman, Thos. T., 618 
Wilcox, Henry, 168 
Ruth, 327 

Willard, Rev. Sam’l., 340 
Willett, Rev. John W., 414 

Isaac, 415 : 

Willetts, Sarah H., 455 
Williams, Lovinia, 388 
Lucy, 1 

Wing, Bachelor, 204 
Deborah, 7 
Presbury, 235 
Winslow, Anthony, 77 
Chas. N., 724 
Gen. John, 70 
Simon P., 315 
Winsor, Justin, 773 
Wood, Abraham, 275 
Woodward, Mary, 382 
Wyatt, Capt. Robt., 524 


RKER OF DUXBURY, MASS 

' |j 

Asa, 115 
Asahel, 242, 336 
Barnabas, 11, 29, 84, 172 
Bathsheba, 41 
Beatrice, 375 
Belinda, 244 

Benjamin, 43, 101, 202, 211 
Bernice M., 454 
Bethiah, 20, 60, 77, 126 
Beula, 141 

Blaney Phillips, 218, 323 
Calvin, 150, 269, 422 
Caroline, 144 
Catherine, 208, 411b 
Chandler, 89 





INDEX 


5*9 


Charles, 91, 134, 282, 314, 319, 329, 
343 a, 354 , 381 
Charlotte, 133, 374 
Clarissa, 183 
Clinton B., 373 
Content, 40, 95 
Cordelia K. t 267 
Daniel, 69, 149, 266 
David, 35, 83, 88, 158 
Deborah, 2, 27, 74, 296, 313 
Demy, 184 

Desire, 7, 16, 32, 102, 306 
Donalda E., 447 
Dorothy, 403, 430, 449 
Dwight, 341 
Edmund, 251 
Edson, 325, 360 
Edward, 388, 428 
Edwin Bogue, 407, 436 
Elbert E., 349 
Eleanor, 393, 424, 429 
Eleazar, 66 
Eliphalet, 50, 123 
Elisha, 199 
Eliza. 140, 159, 275 
Elizabeth, 59, 100, 154, 165, 181, 252 
Ella L., 351 
Ellen, 324, 361, 371 
Elma J., 366 
Elmer, 409, 439 
Emma, 357, 418 
Estella M., 389 
Esther K., 420 
Eugene, 383 
Eusebia, 224 
Eusebius, 112 
Eveline, 299 
Ezekiel, 26 
Fidelia, 246 
Florinda, 304 
Frances, 228, 350 
Florence Ella, 425 
Frank, 295, 320, 356, 405, 412, 437 
Frederick, 307, 378, 384 
George, 136, 180, 280, 291, 294, 310, 
' 315 , 414 
Grace, 394. 410 

Hannah, 18, 25, 30, 47, 62, 72, 87, no, 

116, 162, 312 
Harriet, 330, 370, 372 
Harvey, 189, 260 
Helen, 308, 409c, 411 
Herman E., 353 
Homer Stanton, 409b 
Huldah, 216 
Ida, 317, 363 
Ignatius, 24 
Ina Frances, 401 
Isreal A. I., 256 


Jarius, 67, 138, 268 
James, 300. 385. 435 
Jane, 214, 254 
Janet, 344. 433 
Jayzebina, 348 
Jeremiah, 76, 156, 276 
Jerusha, 104 

John, 1, 5, 6, 14, 33, 44, 56, 81, 90, 
108, 121, 129, 132, 152, 163, 185, 
220, 255, 258, 311, 334, 339, 343c, 
399. 406, 411a, 434 
Jonathan, 15, 147 
Joseph, 99, 118, 187, 200 
Joshua, 19, 37, 98, 128, 186, 204, 209, 
298 

Judson E., 259 
Julia, 130, 227 
June E., 446 
Laura, 225, 326, 409c 
Lavinia, 113 
Levina, 105 
Leila J., 450 
Leila J„ 358 
Leonard, 203, 432 
Lester J., 248 
Lettice, 103 
Linda, 322 
Lloyd L., 421 
Lorain, 438 
Loren, 190 
Loris, 391 
Lot Phillips, 210 
Louis Marton, 387 
Lovina, 250 
Lucetta J., 293 
Lucinda, 107, 253 
Lucina A., 338 
Lucius, 217 
Lucretia, 120 
Lucy, 38, 39, 92, 263 
Luther, 205 
Lydia, 34, 119, 215 
Mabel A., 409d 
Manley, 365 
Marietta, 347 
Majorie Dean, 396 
Martha, 340 
Marvel F., 426 

Mary, 4, 12, 55. 80, 82, 94, 126, 157, 
167, 177, 182, 213, 264, 274, 302, 
332, 34L 377. 400, 408, 409a, 441 
Matilda, 262 
Mercy, 36 
Minnie, 321, 363 
Morton, 364, 416, 417 
Moses, 261, 273 
Munroe, 342 
Nancy, 142 
Nathan, 70. 146, 355 









5 20 INDEX 


Nehemiah, 21, 122 
Olive, 240 

Oliver, 22, 63, 139, 259 

Orlando, 243 

Patience, 71 

Paul A., 413 

Per lay, 352 

Phebe, 65, 106, 219 

Phila, 143 

Philip Henry, 305 

Preston, 386 

Priscilla, 125 

Rebecca, 58, 171 

Rhoda, 68, 97 

Robert, 397, 442 

Roxana, 49 

Roy, 419, 451, 453 

Ruth, 153, 390 

Ruxby Marshall, 170 

Samuel, 10, 23, 75, 78, 79, 109, 222 


Sarah, 28, 151, 169, 173, 179, 212, 226, 
257, 292, 297, 303, 331, 368 
Seeley, 188 
Sophronia, 327 
Silas, 117 
Stephen, 230, 440 
Susan, 168, 272 
Sylvester, 249 
Theodore, 207 

Thomas, 31, 127, 164, 241, 340, 443 

Violet O., 427 

Virginia R., 448 

Wallace, 343 

Walter, 206, 379 

Warren, 369 

Wilhelmina, 404 

William, 45, 73, 86, 114, 135, 178, 221, ! 

229, 265, 309, 431 • 

Zipporah, 42 


PERSONS MARRIED WITH JOHN BARKER 

DESCENDANTS 


Abbott, Rebecca A., 164 
Annable, Desire, 5 
Baker, Herbert, 312 
Baldwin, A. Naomi, 419 
Ebenezer, 20 
Barden, Wm., 2 
Barker, Blaney P., 218 
John, 81 

Barrows, Olive, 108 
Bates, Caroline H., 305 
Beal, Celia, 307 
Belshaw, John, 126 
Thos., 124 

Bentley, John R., 246 
Bisbee, Wm., 212 
Black, Grace, 364 
Bliss, Esther A., 373 
Bourn, Rev. Shearjashub, 27 
Bourne, Flora W., 314 
Bowen, Philip L., 226 
Bradley, Geo. M., 263 
Brewer, Betsy M., 248 
Brewster, Hannah, 14 
Briggs, Jas., 30 
Bryant, Nathaniel, 72 
Buffham, Alice, 356 
Burnette, Amelia, 269 
Butler, Laura, 343a 
Carpenter, Daniel, 277 
Chamberlain, Francis, 313 
Chandler, EHz., 21 
Lucy A., 254 
Sarah, 35 


Clark, Rev. Dan'l. A., 159 
Wm. W., 357 
Coit, Abby, 180 
Collamer, Anthony, 36 
Collins, Mary, 340 
Coombs, Francis, 4 
Copeland, Mary, 37 
Crane, Horace S., 316 
Crumbie, Sally, 81 & 83 
Curriston, Jane, 260 
Curtis, J. W., 3,51 
Cushing, Hannah, 5 
Hannah, 10 
Cushman, Mariah, 14 
Damon, Deborah, 211 
Dewey, Serepta, 254 
Drake, Lydia, 260 
Dyer, Ellen A., 311 
Eames, Anthony, 17 
Ellis, Francis, 297 
Elms, Geo., 304 
Estes, Florin, 215 
Fay, Dexter, 257 
Fenner, Hattie, 355 
Fisher, Harriet P., 406 
Ford, Bethiah, 6 
Fowler, Mary, 22 
Fowles, Geo., 284 
Frissell, Semiramis, 242 
Fuller, Eliza, 127 
Gage, Francis, 350 
Gager, Sarah, 109 
Wm., 113 


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INDEX 


521 


Gardner, Eliz., 84 
Garret, Susanna, 76 
Gibbs, Edw., 292 
Glindon, Eliz., 323 
Goff, Florence I., 294 
Gordon, Wm. YV., 367 
Gorham, Abigail, 76 
Deborah, 23 
Temperance, 76 
Gray, Harriet E., 163 
Greene, Mary, 11 
Sarah, 29 

Griggs, Harriet B., 334 
Hakes, Lula M., 382 
Hale, David, 41 
Wm., no 

Hempstead, Aurelia A., 240 
Hill, Edw. H., 418 
Hobart, Isaac, 103 
Angeline, 306 
Hooper, Judson R., 361 
Hopkins, Phebe, 99 
Eunice, 99 

Horning. Rev. F. H., 363 
House, Mary A., 285 
Howland, Lydia J., 101 
Patience, 23 
Huestia, Ella L., 407 
Hutchinson, Sam’l., 106 
Hutton, Ruth, 265 
Hyde, Phebe, 44 
Priscilla, 50 
Vaniah, 58 
Ingalls, Jonathan, 42 
Ingerson, Emily J., 204 
Jewett, Olive, 122 
Stephen, 162 
Johnson, Benj., 157 
John, 160 
Jones, Hannah, 79 
Louise, 222 
Miles, 168 
Philinda, 249 
Joralmon, Lillian, 352 
Joslyn, Deborah B., 158 
Thos., 71 

Jungjohan, Herman, 368 
Kelley, Theresa, 365 
Kennan, Philena, 147 
Kent, Sam’l., 16 
Kimball, Andrew, 82 
Florence E., 378 
Knapp, Cora, 352 
Clara, 359 
Landers, Wm., 420 
Lapham, Benj., 40 
King, 39 

Lathrop, Rhoda, 251 
Livingston, Mary M., 217 
Lockwood, Mary, 35 


Lombard, Lewis, 28 
Lord, Gardner, 264 
Lothrop, Sarah, 73 
McElvery, Bertha M., 388 
Merrill, Sarah, 276 
Wm., 257 

Meserve, Louise, 386 
Mix, Lois, 45 
Morton, Helen, 261 
Mosher, Nathaniel, 272 
Neal, Job, 28 
Mary, 29 

Newel, Abigail, 67 
Nickels, Martha J., 172 
Otis, Ensign, 12 
Joshua, 25 
Paine, Reuben, 216 
Parsons, Tabitha, 138 
Payson. Sarah, 86 
Pease, Eliz., 70 
Pelton, Amarilla A., 340 
Perry, Henry, 95 
John, 97 
Petit, Jas., 227 
Phillips, Lot, 303 
Sarah, 101 
Poor, Caleb F., 275 
Olcott B., 376 
Porter, Francis D., 240 
Potter, Bernard U., 362 
Pratt, Sam’l., 4 
3 

Prince, Joseph, 59 
Reynolds, Ida C., 311 
Lucy C., 318 
Riggs, Eunice, 76 
Robbins, Isaac, 170 
Sampson, Byram, 102 
Sears, Julius, 247 
Shepard, Edw. S., 214 
Ephriam, 137 
Marvel, 381 
Sherman, Aurelia, 98 
Otis, 100 

Sherwin, Jonathan, 40 
Smith, Allen J., 245 
Caty, 114 
Hannah, 81 
Snyder, Edna L., 409 
Soper, Deborah D., 210 
South, Harriet C, 388 
Sprague, Mary, 24 
Spring, E. G., 409c 
Stafford, Violet, 413 
Stevens, Eliza M., 309 
Strail, Myron D., 293 
Sturtevant, Deborah, 209 
Thomas, Blanche, 295 
Jane, 300 







INDEX 


522 

Thompson, Alyce, 294 
Eunice G., 163 
Mrs. Melvina, 254 
Robt., 9 

Throope, Mary, 19 
Tower, Horace S., 308 
Treadway, John W., 330 
Turner, Estella, 310 
Hannah, 11 
Sam’l, 7 

Turrill, Sam’l., 326 
Viall, Alanson S., 327 
Walker, Anna, 70 
Mrs. Eliz., 251 
Walter, Uriah M., 250 


Waterman, Luther, 107 
Watkins, Clarissa D., 241 
Webber, Wm., 213 
Wheeler, Sally, 146 
White, Huldah, 36 
Whiting, Jonathan, 166 
Whittier, Melissa, 266 
Wilcox, Sam’l., 140 
Williams, Ann, 1 
Mary, 76 
Wilson, Fern, 417 
Wolcott, Hulda, 222 
Laura, 220 
Wood, David, 4 


DESCENDANTS OF RICHARD BARKER OF 

ANDOVER, MASS. 


Aaron, 524, 912 
Abel, 689 

Abiel, 30, 83, 109, 158, 239, 611, 952 
Abigail, 35, 63, 123, 138, 326, 343, 381, 
514U, 519, 547, 688, 730, 903s, 
1159, 1231, 1595 
Abijah, 559, 283, 993 
Abner, 342, 898 
Abraham, 751, 993 
Achesah, 713 
Addison Perlay, 1013 
Adelaide, 1044, 1034, 1382, 1440, 1549, 

1583 

Adeline, 975 
Adelia Sarah, 1232 
Adella, 1606 
Adnah, 1213 
Adolphus, 1273 
Adrion, 1712 
Agnes, 1743 
Aimee, 1707 
Alanson, 727 
Albemarle, 768, 1228 
Albert, 936, 1008, 1010, 1109, 1346, 
1380, 1405, 1459, 1562, 1657, 1699. 
1767, 1823 

Albion Gordon, 1497 
Alice, 60, 180, 382, 513, 1121, 1446, 
1502, 1674 
Alexander, 1144 
Allen, 990, 1389, 1410, 1524 
Alma Orisina, 1192 
Almeda Eliz., 876 

Almira, 655, 773, 797 , 980, 1069, 1217 
Alphonso, 1293 
Althea. 1513 
Alton E., 1043 


Alva D., 1295 

Alvin, 991 

Alwilda, 1097 

Alznia, 607 

Amanda, 1036 

Amaretta, 1096 

Amelia, 1577 

Amos, 360, 379, 671, 1033 

Amri, 1265, 1593 

Amy, 1321, 1507 

Andrew, 128, 1056, 1087, 1521 

Angeline, 451, 843, 1353 

Angelo, 1061 

Anice, 294 

Ann, Anna, 160, 197, 212, 216, 255, 
510, 667, 839. 846, 900, 910, 1019, 
1048, 1126, 1178, 1238, 1242, 1253, 
1307, 1340, 1352, 1466, 1477, 1612, 
1834 

Arby, 514c 
Archibald, 1503 
Aretus, 1174, 1761 
Arnold, 1816 
Artemas Oscar, 1029 
Arthur, 1719, 1786 
Arturus, 1047 

Asa, 171, 174, 218, 220, 362, 408, 416, 
492, 545, 668, 800, 812 
Asneath, 514W 

Augusta, 824, 1165, 1494, 1520 
Augustine Vinton, 1182 
Augustus, 847, 1040 
Austin, 1271, 1517 
Azariah, 291 
Barbara, 1769, 1810 
Barney, 848 
Beatrice, 1615 











INDEX 


523 


Benjamin, 10, 40, 59, 141, 264, 266, 
340 , 369, 373. 469, 5 Hn, 5 1 4P, 522, 
566, 628, 698, 714, 803, 902, 903i, 
907, 1225, 1349, 1480 
Bernice Theresa, 1704 
Bertha, 1552, 1575, 1620, 1638 
Bryan Parrot, 479 
Caleb, 78, 156, 324 
Calvin, 404, 788, 1267c, 1267, 1280 
Carl Lewis, 1484 

Caroline, 499, 981, 983, 1156, 1194, 
1383, 1388, 1397, 1533 
Casandra, 585 

Catherine, 455, 810, 903n, 1236, 1305, 
1337 , 1510, 1537 
Celia, 928, 1787 
Cephas, 765, 1204, 1554 
Cevilla, 1128 

Charles, 434 . S 4 m, 533. 558, 640, 643. 
679, 804, 844. 856, 877, 916, 982, 
1024, 1032, 1107, ii35, 1155, 1219, 
1252, 1294, 1319. 1348, 1359, 1425, 
1453 . 1488, 1540, 1553 . 1602, 1658, 
1802, 1811, 1830 

Charlotte, 423, 439, 454, 845, 1500, 
1622 

Christine, 1134, 1469 
Christopher, 1090 
Cicero, 766 

Clara, 1608, 1763, 1833 
Clarissa, 446, 870, 1100 
Clifford, 1684 
Clinton C, 819, 1301 
Constance, 1447, 1747 
Constantine H., 1183 
Cora, 1414, 1422, 1487, 1714 
Cordelia, 1034, 1302 
Corminne E., 1049 
Cornelius T., 1249 
Corvis, 1043. 1050 
Corydon, 1035 

Cynthia, 574, 590, 878c, 1256 
Cyrus, 293, 580, 794. 806 
Dana, 1413, 1711 

Daniel, 122. 152, 142, 276, 342, 541, 
565, 608, 680, 903, 942, 994. 1214 
Daphne M., 1756 
Darius, 624 

David, 92, 155, 202, 250, 304. 577, 592, 
610, ion, 1051, 1436 
Dearborn, 893 

Deborah. 15, 94, 188, 208, 280, 314, 495 

Delbert L., 1290 

De Vere L., 1716 

Dewitt C, 1224 

Donald, 1728, 1734. 1748 

Dorcas, 311, 347, 709 

Dorothy, 246, 1762 

Dudley, 706, 707 

Earl, 1718, 1736 


Ebenezer, 6, 32, 55, 125. 127, 168, 248, 
339. 491. 620, 669, 813 
Eckford, 1248 
Ederson, 1171 
Edgar, 1426, 1473, 1834 
Edith, 1514, 1670, 1671, 1693, 1703 
Edmund, 430 
Edna, 1516, 1685 
Edson C„ 1558 

Edward, 494, 1154, 1127, 1371, 1475, 
1505, 1526, 1603, 1640, 1692, 1774, 
1803, 1825 
Edwin H., 1461 
Effie, 1795, 1819 
Elbra L., 1354 
Elbridge, 960, 1565 
Elden, 758 
Eleanor, 1653, 1829 
Electa, 1073 
Elisha, 355, 666, 787 
Eliza, 665, 678, 743, 750, 941, 997, 
1014, 1018, 1146 

Elizabeth, 21, 39, 102, no, 130, 157, 
194, 221, 223, 253, 261, 271, 302, 
331 , 363, 414 . 428, 438, 442, 459 , 
472 , 483. 502, 507, 511, 5i4t, 529, 
575 . 589, 617, 701, 744 , 767, 903 J, 
915. 989, 1012, 1064, 1212, 1525, 
1541, 1548, 1584, 1589, 1646, 1744 , 
1781, 1801, 1831 
Eli, 704 
Elias, 1129 
Elijah, 380, 702 
Ella, 878d, 1398, 1309 
Ellen, 9039, 933, 1119, 1233, 1336, 
1465, i486, 1623, 1729 
Ellery, 950 
Ellis, 1720 
Elma, 1647 
Elmer, 1342, 1752 
Elzapham, 992 
Emdora, 1172 

Emily, 5i4j, 878a, 974, 1250, 1272, 

1456 

Emma, 903I, i09od, 1173, 1179, 1332, 
1369, 1557 , 1601 
Enoch, 172, 349, 648, 739 
Ephraim, 18, 19, 72, 201, 317, 402, 759, 
771, 781, 1243, 1267 

Erwin, 724 
Estella C, 1404 

Esther, 5, 81, 292, 745, 748, 1209, 1221 
Ethelin, 1725 

Eugene, 1082, 1175, 1392, 1470, 1824 
Eugenia, 1304 

Eunice, 185, 240, 470, 1160, 1434 
Eustis H., 1650 

Eva, 903k, 938, 1318, 1567, 1808 
Everett, 1672, 1681 
Ezra, 357 







5 2 4 


INDEX 


Fidelia, 642 

Florence, 1598, 1708, 1782 
Florentine H., 1181 
Forest A., 1688 

Frances, 901, 1143, 1200, 1614, 1643, 

1758 

Francis, 1170, 1177 

Frank, 849, 1120, 1169, 1300, 1311, 
1315, 1357 , 1374 , 1409, 1474 , 1501, 
1545, 1560, 1605, 1804 
Franklin, 763, 772, 1338, 1628 
Frederick, 457, 1025, 1101, 1358, 1387, 
1464, 1471, 1519, 1532, 1576, 1585, 
1619, 1630, 1723, 1768, 1776, 1799 
George, 514I, 526, 645, 681, 694, 784, 
817, 825, 837, 857, 873, 878c, 903I1, ‘ 
911, 920, 1022, 1028, 1068, 1104, 
1112, 1113, 1148, 1197, 1215, 1218, ! 
1251, 1274, 1276, 1284, 1299, 1356, 
1363, 1407, 1418, 1429, 1451, 1462, 
1528, 1550, 1571, 1604, 1709, 1738 
1751, 1792 
Geraldine, 1731 
German W., 1149 
Gerola, 1099 
Gertrude, 1535, 1780 
Gideon, 560 

Gilbert, 545 , 793 , 913, 1722 
Gladys P., 1713 
Goodrich, 1777 
Georgiana, 1190, 1331 
Gordon, 1347, 1645, 1812 
Grace, 1329, 1564, 1635, 1771 
Granville, 1257 
Guy, 1401, 1430 
Hamilton, 1543 
Hananiah, 24, 115 

Hannah, 8, 22, 38, 56, 108, 124, 136, 
164, 182, 215, 228, 234, 247, 256, 

274, 290, 375, 392, 400, 424, 450, 

485, 521 , 535 , 552 , 596 , 616, 622, 

631, 708, 733, 74F 872, 890, 968, 

1189, 1222 
Harold C., 1460 

Harriet, 425, 464, 646, 683, 778, 842, 
880, 1007, mo, 1345, 1372, 1491, 

1546 

Harry, 1123, 1313, 1368, 1386, 1479 , 

1547 

Harvey, 634 
Hasey H., 618 
Hazen, 1133 

Herbert, 1385, 1411, 1476, 1611 
Helen, 878, 1106, 1258, 1335, 1378, 
1452, 1523, 1542, 1804a 
Henriette, 852, 927 

Henry, 366, 433, 644, 653, 677, 690, 
874 , 897, 903d, 909, 970, 977 , 1020, 
1090c, 1103, 1114, 1191, 1210, 1324, 


1355 , 1444 , 1445 , 1449 , 1458, 1463, 
1561, 1590, 1652, 1741, 1785 
Hephzibah, 25, 100, 286 
Hermon E., 1689 
Hester, 41 
1 Hibbard, 1057 
Hiram, 650, 875, 908, 934, 1351 
Hollis, 5i4d 
Holly, 1676 

Horace, 984, 1230, 1241, 1579, 1581, 
1587, 1588, 1702 
Humbert F., 1508 
Ichabod B., 658 

Ida, 855, 1098, 1046, 1478, 1572, 1651, 
1797 

Ingalls, 757 
lone P., 1042 
Irving L., 1566 

Isaac, 189, 231, 257, 279, 354, 518, 537 , 
543, 554, 621, 647, 891, 9^9, 1063, 
1325 

Isabella, 1117 
Isaiah, 568 
Iva L., 1432 

Jacob, 119, 153, 359, 426, 447, 583, 818, 
923, 924, 1001 

James, 51, 162, 163, 338, 35 B 498, 5141, 
609, 630, 695, 786, 805, 809, 841, 
948, 1162, 1205, 1308, 1423, 1424, 
1492, 1544, 1629 
Janet, 468 

| Jane, 853, 1316, 1384, 1759 
Jasper D., 1408 
Jedediah, 884 
Jefferson L., 1778 
Jeremiah, 569, 536 
Jermima, 307, 512 
Jerome J., 1784 
Jesse, 244, 377, 480 
Jessie, 1297, 1399, 1694, 1793 
Joanna, 16, 65, 71, 184, 200 
Joel, 344, 625 

John, 2, 11, 26, 27, 68, 69, 73, 113, 144 , 
183, 187, 191, 193 , 195 , 204, 224, 

229, 233, 249, 269, 312, 330, 383, 

384, 389, 40 i, 427, 440 , 458 , 561, 

605, 612, 623, 629, 731, 747, 761, 

815, 835, 836, 868, 918, 947 , 971 , 

973, 978, 995, 1062, 1067, 1141, 
1145, 1157, 1193, 1201, 1203, 1220, 
1234, 1237, 1267a, 1275, 1282, 1298, 
1326, 1428, 1468, 1527, 1536, 1559, 
1573, 1578, 1596a, 1609, 1641, 1678, 
1695, 1772, 1804b, 1817, 1826, 1836 
Jonas, 209, 210, 387, 1090a 
Jonathan, 66, 151, 1 77 , 179 , 198, 263, 

301, 371 , 372, 413 , 435 , 514 , 802, 

894 

Joseph, 61, 175, 350 , 396 , 398 , 663, 692, 









INDEX 


5 2 5 


699, 705, 720, 737, 1138, 1184, 
1267c, 1482 

Joshua, 76, 77, 104, 105, 154, 298, 504 
Josiah, 352, 1002, 1483 
Judith, 43, 140, 173, 320, 651 
Judson, 1283 

Julia, 444, 466, 726, 882, 1136, 1199 
Julius G., 1151 
Justin S., 1504 
Kaziah, 356 
Kenneth M., 1733 
La ran c, 546 
Laura, 442, 1568, 1580 
Lawrence L., 1599 
Leah, 1490, 1790 
Leila, 1754 
Lena M., 1419 
Leon, 1700, 1705 
Leona, 1820 
Leonidas, 1597 
Leora, 682 
Leroy I., 1717 
Leota, 1821 
Leverett, 473 

Levi, 287, 5 i 4 g, S64, 567, 579, 1003 
Lewis, 719, 782, 935 
Lillian, 1052, 1448 
Linnie A., 1364 
Livera O., 988, 1395 
L. Myrtle, 1766 
Lodoeska, 1140 
Loisette, 1286 
Lois S., 1828 
Lorenzo, 769, 1081 
Louis, 1373, 1610 
Louise, 461, 597, 770, 1006, 1403, 1574 
Lovell, 1522 
Lovina, 1396 
Lovisa M., 1394 
Loyal, 728, 1152 
Lucena A., 1613 
Lucian 1167 
Lucille F., 1832 
Lucius R., 721, 1150 
Lucretia, 1089, 1131 
Lucy, 335, 406, 460, 539, 685, 814, 964, 
1207, 1268, 1420, 1591 
Luetta E., 1416 
Luke, 332 
Lulu M., 1417 
Luman, 776 
Lura P., 1031 
Luther, 895 
Lybenah, 1285 

Lydia, 49, 126, 161, 368, 497, 582, 659, 
662, 717, 795, 888, 1023, 1137, 1281 
Lynn W., 1433 
Lyvidias, 604 

Mabel, 1455, 1512, 1656, 1798 


Mahala F., 871 
Majorie A., 1675, 1753 
Malcena, 945 
Malisie, 946 
Malvina, 1059 
Mandana, 1158 
Manice, 903r 
Marcenar, 1164 
Marcy, 785 

Margaret, 534, 738, 926, 930, 958, 1328, 
1654, 1742 

Maria, 496, 691, 1270, 1278, 1617, 1673 
Marilla, 1005 
Marinda, 723 

Marion L., 1495, 1750, 1757, 1779 
Martha, 57, 118, 137, 207, 258, 297, 
467, 517, 639, 654, 1004, 1791 
Martin, 638 

Mary, 13, 29, 50, 52, 75, 91, 98, 120, 
159, 167, 181, 206, 211, 226, 238, 

243, 245, 267, 295, 328, 345, 346, 

370, 374 , 397 , 405, 412, 415, 420, 

436, 449 , 453 , 463, 476, 482, 503, 

527 , 540, 562, 572, 578, 586, 594, 

614, 627, 637, 676, 729, 742, 749, 

752 , 777 , 789, 820, 840, 850, 869, 

879, 914 , 919 , 949 , 959 , 979 , 996, 

999, mi, 1176, 1185, 1196, 1198, 
1211, 1223, 1227, 1235, 1253, 1279, 
1292, 1296, 1312, 1330, 1339, 1350, 
1360, 1370, 1377, 1381, 1400, 1427, 
1467, 1481, 1493, 1539 , 1556, 1594 , 
1677, 1697, 1698, 1760, 1765, 1783, 
1805, 1809, 1815 
Maud, 1726 

Mehitable, 14, 133, 139, 145, 178, 186, 
196, 199, 219, 254, 262, 393, 407, 
417, 514V, 734 , 801, 808, 889 
Melcena, 939 
Melinda, 573 
Michael, 525 
Mildred, 1485 
Miles C, 976 
Milton R., 972 
Minda, 987 
Minnie, 1153, 1600 
Miriam, 1755 
Miron, 937 
Moody M., 556 

Moses, 170, 242, 348, 652, 661, 755, 
1088, 1139 
Murray, 1721 
Myron I., 1083, 1732a 
Myrtle, 1511 

Nancy, 550, 588, 632, 657, 675, 712, 
906, 921, 954, 1053, 1435 
Natalie, 1636 

Nathan, 17, 33, 79, 90, 117, 217, 241, 
285, 333 , 403 , 409 , 437 , 500, 570, 











5 26 


INDEX 


774, 779, 791, 8 ii , 1026, 1265, 
12 67 g, 1592 

Nathaniel, 493, 531, 929, 1041, 1727 

Nehemiah, 48, 169, 364, 365 

Nelson, 584, 649, 1021 

Nettie, 1421 

Norman, 462 

Norton, 1306 

Obadiah, 299 

Olive, 599, 336, 549, 715, 907 

Oliver L., 904 

Omera, 1245 

Origen, 1009 

Orlando, 602, 660 

Orlin, 1518 

Orren F., 1362 

Orrin, 636 

Orville, 456, 603 

Osbern, 1058 

Oscar, 1323, 1633 

Otis, 807, 903m 

Oviana, 1188 

Pearl, 1431, 1835 

Peleg, 334 

Percy L., 1320 

Persis E., 1393 

Peter, 282, 563, 956, 965 

Petsena, 1437 

Phebe, 64, 107, 114, 277, 296, 361, 422, 
687, 710, 816, 1206 
Philemon, 34, 121 
Philip, 735, 1367, 1534, 1706 
Phineas, 166, 252, 265, 506, 508, 892, 
1344 

Prescott, 5i4f 
Preston C., 1402 
Priscilla, 58 
Prudence, 103, 388, 528 
Rachel, 581, 1130, 1208 
Ralph, 1440b 
Raymond, 1691 
Rebecca, 593, 716, 821, 1037 
Rhoda, 544, 591, 943, 1075 
Richard, 1, 7, 12, 42, 45, 82, 86, 135, 
259, 260, 273, 390, 509, 514k, 516, 
736, 899, 1065, 1701, 1739, 1746 
Robert, 386, 986, 1438, 1454, 1618, 
1637, 1682, 1683, 1690, 1696, 1732, 
1735, 1740, 1773, 1806, 1813 
Rodney, 1017 
Roland, 1506 
Rolla, 851 
Rosanna, 1142 
Roselle, 1317 
Roswell, 601 
Rowena M., 1439 
Roxanna, 790 
Roy, 1621, 1644, 1814 
Ruby, 395, 514a 


Ruth, 300, 329, 1060, 1187, 1266a, 1632, 

1648, 1687, 1749, 1794, 1796 

Samantha, 615, 722 
Samuel, 28, 36, 132, 237, 251, 353, 376, 
452, 475, 505, 55i, 641, 672, 674, 
693, 703, 7i 1, 885, 955, 962, 1074, 
1122, 1125, 1132, 1254, 12671, 1551, 
1631, 1655 
Salla, 235 

Sarah, 4, 31, 37, 80, 99, 106, 134, 192, 
213, 225, 232, 268, 303, 337, 410, 
421, 429, 431, 448, 471, 486, 5i4h, 
520, 557, 571, 576, 587, 613, 626, 
633, 673, 700, 732, 753, 764, 883, 
887, 963, 1000, 1102, 1163, 1216, 
1247, 1277 
Sewell, 783 
Sherburn, 484 
Sherrod, 1289 
Silas, 275, 341, 780, 1015 
Sitnah, 792 
Solomon, 230, 445 
Sophia, 441, 635, 1239 
Spencer, 358 
Stella, 1450 

Stephen, 9, 23, 46, 97, 143, 205, 227, 
272, 281, 391, 4ii, 5i4b, 528, 548, 
740, 746, 754, 756, 775, 922, 931, 
1016 

Stillman F., 1496 
Sumner G., 878b 

Susan, 190, 236, 481, 501, 538, 563, 595, 
684, 858, 886, 905, 925, 940, 953, 
957, 985, 1244 
Sybil, 1168, 149S 
Sylvia, 487 
Symonds Epes, 378 
Tamar, 289 
Thankful, 664 

Theodore, 305, 5149, 598, 1027, 1533, 
1710 

Thomas, 176, 270, 696, 523, 555, 1038, 
1066, 1538 
Tileston A., 514c 

Timothy, 54, 93, 95, 150, 222, 288, 798 

Tobieski, 944 

Tyler, 854 

Uri Ward, 1030 

Valentine, 1180, 1515 

Velzora, 1818 

Vesta V., 478 

Victoria, 1186 

Vincent K., 1563 

Virginia, 1827 

Vivian, 1822 

Waldo, 1586 

Wallace, 838, 1303 

Waneta, 1730 

Warren, 917, 1365 








INDEX 


5 2 7 


Walter, 725, 1310, 1327, 1472, 1499, 
1639, 1642, 1649, 1659, 1686 
Webster, 1166 
Wendell R., 477 
Wesley E., 1288, 1616, 1807 
Whitman H., 656 
Willard, 1161 

William, 3, 20, 89, 165, 203, 214, 367, 

310, 325, 327 , 394 , 399 , 432, 465, 

474, 532, 619, 670, 686, 725, 762, 

796 , 799 , 801, 822, 896, 932, 961, 


1039, 1055, 1090b, 1105, 1108, 

1124, 1202, 1226, 1229, 1240, 1246, 

1287, 1291, 1343. 1361, 1457, 1569, 

1570, 1737 . 1770, 1800 

Willis, 1412, 1415, 1555, 1634, 1715 
Wilson, 1314 
Winfield, 951 
Zadah C., 1406 

Zebediah, 47, 148, 149, 323, 278 
Zilpah, 284 


PERSONS MARRIED WITH RICHARD BARKER 

DESCENDANTS 


Abbott, Gideon G, 1128 
John, 4 
Mary, 9 
Mary, 66 
Mary, 169 

Abercrombie, Julia E., 1103 
Abitz, Anna B., 1463 
Adair, Laura P., 1124 
Adams, Geo. E., 1478 
Albee, Senira, 514c 
Alden, Sarah, 384 
Alger, Hattie R., 1603 
Allen, Lucena S., 1284 
Myron, 1495 
Alvord, Frank D., 1450 
Ames, Eliz., 369 
Geo., 438 
Maria, 672 

Anderson, Mrs. Nancy E., 619 
Andrews, Abraham J., 392 
Betsy, 391 
Ruth S., 398 
Susan E., 903 
Arnold, Abbie A., 1351 
Artman, Eliz., 317 
Ashby, Edwin, 840 
Atkins, Wm. E., 1012 
Athey, Jas. W., 1422 
Austin, Daniel, 295 
Eunace, 791 
Fred’k. C., 839 
Nathan, 277 
Ayres, Lucretia, 902 
Babbitt, Abigail, 264 
Bailey, Mary F., 1411 
Baker, Cecelia, 1218 
Eliza, 608 
Lydia, 403 
Susan, 1505 

Baldwin, Fannie L., 1354 
Ballard, Uriah, 133 
Bancroft, Rilla G, 875 


Susan, 994 
Banister, 33 
Barker, Chas., 843 
David, 155 
Edmund, 430 
Edw. C., 1098 
Jacob, 1001 
John Q. A., 1239 
Orlando, 660 
Richard, 86 
Samuel, 551 
Samuel, 641 
Symonds Epes, 378 
Wm., 20 
Wm., 675 

Barnard, Mehitable, 173 
Barnes, Grace E., 1387 
Barre, Jane E., 618 
Barstow, Mrs. Mary, 583 
Baster, Forest, 1716 
Baughman, Christian F., 617 
Beebe, Grace, 508 
Belew, Marion, 1437 
Beller, Etta, 1426 
Bennett, Caroline, 1220 
Benson, Arthur P., 1448 
Walter, 1493 
Benton, Chas., 459 
Ellen M., 848 
Berry, Mary J., 580 
Bidwell, Geo. R., 838 
Bigelow, Jos. T., 869 
Susan, 761 

Bischoff, Julia M., 1413 
Bixby, Maria, 51 
Nancy, 336 
Black, Jas., 29 
Blanchard, Harriet, 892 
Orinda, 892 
Blaney, Susan E., 1339 
Bliss, Lucy, 788 
Blood, Betsy, 772 











528 

Blood, Oren, 597 
Bodwell, Bethia, 33 
Eliphalet, 124 
Hannah, 168 
Zadoc, 549 

Booth, Marion L., 1313 
Bond, Asa, 557 
Bonta, Frank M., 1537 
Borman, Max, 1372 
Bowers, Oliver, 274 
Boxton, Mathilda, 1593 
Boyd, Eacyetta, 1380 
Boynton, Oliver W., 599 
Bradley, Jos. O., 423 
Ruth, 504 

Bridges, Peter, 234 
Briggs, Chas. A., 1787 
David, 607 
John, 1404 
Bright, Eliz. J., 1290 
Bromley, Martha, 1039 
Bronson, John, 1283 
Brooks, Fred’k., 395 
Mrs. Genia, 836 
Brown, Elijah, 468 
Eliz., 244 
Izetta, 1144 
Jas., 388 
Lovina, 560 
Lovinia, 452 
Phebe, 687 
Sally, 779 
Samuel, 974 
Wm, 448 
Bynn, Kate, 1183 
Buck, Asa C., 1102 
Julia M., 831 
Buffum, Jessie, 1311 
Bulkley, 687 
Burbank, Barker, 1143 
Geo., 921 

Burr, Alanson, 792 
Geo., 1283 

Burt, Henry A., 1398 
Burton, Lucy, 1026 
Butler, Eliz., 230 

Mary, 139 & 142 
Phebe, 266 

Butterfield, Hannah, 312 
Buzzell, Mary E., 995 
Cadwell, Abijah, 331 
Cady, Philomelia E., 1274 
Callio, Jas. S., 1765 
Callwell, Emma, 1438 
Carder, Jas. A., 1433 
Carl, Almeda, 1043 
Carlton Christopher, 57 
Dudley, 186 
John, 56 


INDEX 

Carr, Eliz., 1273 
Sarah J., 976 
Carter, Sawyer, 422 
Cassidy, C. Freda, 1628 
Caulkins, Mabel, 1342 
Chadwick, David, 99 
Ephraim, 98 
Sarah, 11 
Sarah, 97 

Chamberlain, Jos., 615 
Robt. G., 386 
Chambers, Kittie, 1228 
Chandler, Edna J., 739 
Ephraim, 184 
John, 741 

Chapman, Luke, 1278 
Mary, 555 
Chase, Otis, 521 
Richard, 1490 
Chickering, John, 145 
Childs, Milly, 1428 
Choate, Lois, 416 
Clark, Ann, 643 
Frank A., 878 
John H., 1336 
Virginia A., 1083 
Clough, Nellie, 1363 
Coburn, Hannah, 848 
Cochran, Mary A., 847 
Coffin, Sally, 389 
Colburn, Mary J., 977 
Colby, Jane, 733 
Cole, Solomon, 219 
Collamer, Cordelia, 440 
Collis, Wm, 513 
Colpitts, Stephen L., 1828 
Conkey, Lyman W., 1207 
Connell, John M., 1514 
Conrad, Clay, 1434 
Cook, Jacob, 959 
Wm, 957 & 938 
Coop, Priscilla, 856 
Cooper, Giles E., 1046 
Coppins, Eliz. P., 1649 
Corey, Jos., 1281 
Corliss, Eliz., 305 
John L., 271 
Cosman, Nettie F., 903I1 
Covert, Geo., 1279 
Cragin, Rachel, 598 
Crandale, Celia A., 1213 
Crandall, Geo. B., 1185 
Crane, Mrs. Ruth, 242 
Stevens, 858 
Creswell, Rene, 1420 
Crocker, Mary E., 1204 
Crowe, Neale F., 1648 
Cruther, Sam’l. H., 1054 









INDEX 


5 2 9 


Cummings, Manter, 1403 
Moses, 1136 
Cutler, Jas., 450 
Daly, Mary, 1011 
Davis, Chas. E., 1178 

E. Pearl, 1767 
Jemima, 257 
John, 808 
John, 1331 
Leila M., n6g 
Sarah, 150 
Solomon, 243 

Dawson, Mary O., 1804b 
Day. Benj., 395 
Harry B., 1317 
DeCoster, Abigail, ion 
Diener, Horatio G., 1370 
Dimick, Sam’l. W., 996 
Ditson, Benj., 535 
Dix, Mary, 3 
Dobie, Sarah M., 1214 
Doering, Abram, 953 
Dodge, Abner, 421 
Eliz., 1325 

Donaldson, John H., 1031 
Dow, Hannah, 269 
277 

Drake, Exa, 1174 
Dundee, Benj., 589 
Emma J., 1389 
Dustin, Jas. K., 683 
Eames, Lydia, 70s 
Patty, 705 

Eastman, Hosea, 732 
Josephine, 1699 
Sarah E., 1155 
Eaton, Chas. W., 982 
Eben G., 801 
Orland, 876 

Edwards, Edwina, 1412 

F. A., 594 

Eggleston, Mahala, 645 
Elliot, Wm. J., 1321 
Ellis, Jennie M., 1392 
Emerson, Abigail, 279 
Sam’l. W., 730 
Emery, Betsey, 620 
Thos., 485 

Ensign, Chas. S., 1353 
Eustis, Mary, 524 
Evans, Chas. O., 1186 
Jennie, 1180 
Ewing, Geo. C., 1651 
Fairbanks, Marie E., 1492 
Fairchilds, Aaron, 953 
Mina, 1347 

Fales, Lyman G., 1236 
Farmer, Winona, 1497 
Farnsworth, 1595 


Farnum, Anna, 135 
Eliz., 132 
Jonathan, 39 
John, 16 
Mehitable, 413 
Sarah, 28 

Farrar, Jennie, 1028 
Farrington, Chas., 470 
Vera R., 733 
Faxon, Hepsaybeth, 908 
Feek, Sarah J., 1214 
Ferenbaugh, Thos. L., 1804a 
Ferris, Nancy H., 1373 
Fessenden, Moses, 190 
Field, Mahala, 1145 
Filkins, Eliz. J., 1203 
Fisher, Clarissa, 666 
Wm. E., 1440 
Wilson, 850 

Fitz-Gerald, Katherine, 836 
Flemming, John B., 1188 
Fletcher, Benj., 676 
Flint, John, 481 
Forby, Jacob, 1036 
Ford, Robt., 268 
Foster, Abigail, 252 
Caleb, 386 
Eleanor, 1368 
Hannah, 153 
Hannah, 376 
John, 94 
Joshua, 91 
Lydia, 373 
Nathan, 501 
Sarah, 344 
Sally, 362 
Susanna, 251 
Fowler, Rachel, 1030 
Fox, Dudley, 662 
Eliphelit, 777 
Francis, Abigail, 768 
Freage, Mathilde, 1772 
Frederick, Nettie J., 1545 
French, Jas. M., 979 
Fry, Nathaniel, 58 
Fuller, Sarah R., 475 
Gadge, Sarah, 27 
Gaff, Zoe G., 1460 
Gage, Mehitable, 40 
Sarah. 36 

Gardner, Clyde, 1516 
Gardnier, A., 510 
Gates, Frank S., 1522 
Mary F., 469 
Gere, Emily, 498 
Hannah, 493 
Gietsen, Alice, 1413 
Gillett, Harriet, 349 
Gills, John, 450 





INDEX 


530 

Gilman, Eben, 810 
Gleason, Prudence, 183 
Gleim, Adele L., 1457 
Goddard, Jane, 165 
Goodnow, Ruth, 402 
Goodrich, Nellie C., 1536 
Goodridge, Mehitable, 73 
Gordon, Henry, 743 
Peggy, 390 
Gove, Mary, 584 
Graham, Jeremiah, 646 
Phebe, 653 
Sami., 662 
Graves, Sarah, 12 
Gray, Edw., 22 
Wm, 591 
Green, Clara, 1593 
Greer, Jane, 1035 
Grey, Chas. P., 1491 
Fred’k., 985 

Griffin, Lenora M., 1415 
Griffith, Evan, 464 
Mary C., 1519 
Grow, Hannah, 201 
Gunn, Anna, 367 
Gutterson, Lydia, 170 
Haile, Mercy, 961 
Hajek, Julia, 1418 
Hale, Jas., 261 
Jos. B., 600 
Hall, Chas. B., 1153 
Henry, 1617 
Jas., 221 
Richard, 14 
Wheeler H., 1577 
Hallstram, Christianna, 679 
Hambleu, Mary, 1175 
Hancock, Wm., 1117 
Hankins, Everet, 1500 
Harcourt, Mary, 250 
Hardy, Betsey, 909 
Dudley, 441 
Emeline, 1558 
Hasey, Eliz., 317 
Hathorn, Sarah, 115 
Haven, Eliz. L., 1265 
Hayden, Handel M., 997 
Haynes, Oliver, 949 
Hazeltine, Sarah, 514 
Hazzard, 1195 
Heald, Eliz., 1496 
Rebecca, 305 
Healy, Sam’l., 368 
Heath, Jefferson E., 1646 
Heckman, Deborah A., 1107 
Hemenway, Mary T., 648 
Herrick, Luella, 1385 
Hess, Elmer, 614 
Lucas, 1716 

Hewitt, Henry H., 880 


I Hibbard, Mitchell, 271 
Ruth, 336 
Hiler, John, 1097 
Hills, Sylvester, 795 
Hindry, Nettie E., 1405 
Hitchcock, Grace, 1634 
Hobbs, Eunice, 737 
Stephen, 734 
Hogan, Chas. W., 1535 
Holt, Alice, 1409 
Jedediah, 107 
Josiah, 25 
Sarah, 500 
Hopson, Abiah, 564 
Hopwood, Wm. A., 1244 
Hosmer, Sarah M., 868 
Houghton, Almira, 624 
Hovey, Sarah, 109 
How, Sarah, 166 
Howard, Jos., 901 
Howe, Aaron S., 878a 
Ephraim, 582 & 585 
Hoyt, Sears, 1779 
Hubbard, Jas. M., 888 
Hudson, May, 961 
Hughes, Marion, 1386 
Hungerford, Artemus M., 1552 
Hunter, Henry S., 1541 
John D., 1049 
Huntley, Erving B., 1656 
Huntoon, Mehitable, 621 
Hurd, Aaron, 626 
Huse, Darcas, 379 
Hutchinson, Belle, 1644 
David, 43 

Hyde, Charity, 1275 
Margaret, 272 
Ingalls, Martha, 89 
Jameson, Emily C, 1592 
Jasmir, Walter, 1316 
Jefferson, Arthur, 1384 
Jennings, Solomon, 374 
Jennison, Caroline, 912 
Jewett, Mary, 765 
Johnson, Alma A., 628 
Arthur, 1647 
Sam’l., 887 
Jones, John, 814 
Nancy, 362 
Josselyn, Mary, 1013 
Kelly, Amelia, 844 
Mary, 287 

Kennedy, John, 1096 
Kenney, L. D., 850 
Kent, Jas., 1332 
Kerkendall, Richard, 925 
Keyes, Jas., 1591 
Josiah, 1130 
Kidder, Mrs. , 249 
Susan E., 693 











INDEX 


53* 


Kilborn, John, 420 
Kilgore, Jos., 393 
Jos., 734 

Kimball, Andrew, 81 
Hannah, 7 
John, 80 
Mehitable, 95 
Peter, 406 
Wm, 748 

King, Adelaide, 1532 
Eliza, 794 
Persis, 793 
Kingman, Rose, 1362 
Kinne, Lizzie M., 1225 
Knisley, Zebadiah, 968 
Knowlton, Hersey, 796 
Preston, 1403 
Knox, Julia A., 993 
Kuss, Emma, 1637 
Lacy, Andrew M., 872 
Land, Harry, 1523 
Lander, Amos, 290 
Lane, Eliz., 1114 
Lakeman, Pelatiah, 185 
Lakin, Hartwell, 987 
Larned, Francis, 879 
Lash, Carrie, 1412 
Lawrence, Eliza J., 1241 
Mary A., 680 
Lee, Sidney, 1714 
Leonard, May A., 1357 
Libby, Sarah C., 569 
Lincoln, Mary E.,*iio3 
Litchfield, Nath’l., 581 
Priscilla, 577 
Zachus, 5 76 
Little, Caroline, 758 
Eliza A., 1237 
Orsina P., 751 
Selma D., 747 
Littlehale, Cynthia, 1144 
Long, John, 503 
Longley, Mary, 427 
Longstreet, Louisa A., 1226 
Lord, Mrs. 413 
Loring, John R., 1102 
Lovejoy, Abbie J., 874 
Catherine, 344 
Eliz., 47 
Mary, 34 
Low, Dan'l., 436 
Lowrie, Sarah B., 1517 
Ludden, Hannah, 1009 
Lyon, Lillian E., 1401 
McCarthy, Agnes. 1385 
McClintock, Arvilla, 1276 
McConnell, 663 
McDuffe, Emily L., 1243 
Mcllvanes, Jane. 539 
McIntyre, Alvin, 1158 


Edw., 1156 
F. S., 1158 

McMullen, Charlotte, 1445 
McNiel, Martha, 3554 
Mack, 405 ’ * 
Mackey, Joshua, 1403 
Makin, Agnes, 1439 
Marble, Job, 64 
Mary, 437 
Marden, Annie, 447 
Marlow, Roy W., 1419 
Marsh, Maria D., 553 
Marston, Hannah, 10 
Mary L., 1177 
Mason, Jas. H., 816 
Maxfield, Ann, 30 
Medbury, Catherine, 1289 
Melendy, Harry H. t 1004 
Mellows, Jennie, 1287 
Merrick, Jacob, 173 
Merrill, Deborah, 149 
John, 294 
Jos., 606 
Mary, 117 
Phebe, 149 

Merritt, Martha, 1230 
Messer, Stephen, 197 
Storrs, 726 
Susanna, 278 
Wm., 180 

Meyer, Elmer C., 1766 
Miller, Frank, 1414 
Mitchell, Abigail, 179 
Catherine, 413 
Rachel, 293 
Moffitt, Russell, 1674 
Moody, Martha, 1129 
Monroe, Thadeus G., 870 
Morgan, John, 1037 
Morris, Anna E., 694 
Morrow, Laura H., 1543 
Morse, Abigail, 35 
Dan’l., 375 
Hannah, 317 
Olive, 378 
Mosley, Alf., 1417 
Moulton, Jos., 562 
Munger, Ann., 1210 
Mary, 1202 
Mary, 1547 

Murphy, Mary J., 1288 
Murray, Mrs. Amelia, 1032 
Mamie, 1423 
Murry, Sally, 609 
Musselman, Annie, 1051 
Muth, Wm. J., 1456 
Muzzey, Lorenzo, 1279 
Naden, Mary, 465 
Nanna, Mary, 972 










53 2 INDEX 


Nash, Wm., 684 
Nason, Catherine, 815 
Neal, Chas. E., 1317 
Nesmuth, Abigail, 554 
Jos., 1574 

Newman, Eliz., 233 
Newton, Charity, 1423 
Harriet, 973 
Nichols, Andrew, 1328 
Jos., 980 
North, 520 
Norton, Jessie A., 838 
Oder, Edna, 1436 
Ogden, John W., 839 
O’Neil, Jos., 382 
Orcutt, Olive, 523 
Osgood, Christopher, 8 
Jos., 381 

Otwell, Harriet, 952 
Padelford, Hannah, 484 
Page, Menior, 624 
Palmer, Earl, 1272 
Geo., 1598 
Park, Agnes L., 841 
Parker, Jos., 118 
Jos., 1007 

Parkhurst, Eliza, 5i4i 
Parkman, Elmira, 1171 
Parks, Carrie, 1240 
Parshall, Wm., 1212 
Patterson, Judd I., 1416 
Pattison, Ambrose, 1221 
Payne, Lee, 1439 
Peabody, Nathaniel, 100 
Pearl, Asenath, 227 
Peaslee, Friend, 810 
Peavey, Peter, 41 
Peck, Freelove, 644 
Perry, Bartholomew, 1131 
Pettengill, Benj., 296 
Ebenezer, 292 
Phelps, Phebe, 1587 
Phillips, Cynthia, 545 
Phipps, John, 159 
Pierce, Jennie, 123 
Laura, 123 
Lydia, 174 
Merrill, 347 
Pike, C. W., 1159 
Mary, 1161 

Pinkham, Lydia A., 5i4f 
Platts, Anna, 90 
Henrietta, 1361 
Plummer, 285 
Silas, 184 

Poor, Abraham, 223 
Tyler, 797 
Porter, Lucy, 220 
Post, Chas., 1270 


Poster, Wm., 1427 
Potter, Frank, 613 
Powell, Anna P., 1458 
Pratt, Mary E., 1308 
Pressett, Ida M., 1621 
Purcell, Anna, 1371 
Putnam, Stephen, 596 
Quinn, Rosalind, 724 
Remick, Warren, 752 & 753 
Rice, Louise S., 1462 
Richardson, Ambrose, 845 
Carrie, 1410 
Esther, 401 
John S., 1542 
Jonas, 284 
Riddle, Jas., 4433 
Riggs, Esther, 762 
Rindge, Royal, 790 
Robbins, Frank, 842 
Roberts Anna E., 1459 
Hazel, 1524 
Minnie, 1454 
Sarah, 144 

Robertson, John D., 1187 
Robinson, Anne J., 818 
Emma K., 1506 
Geo. W., 486 
Sarah, 28 

Rogers, Susan, 237 
Root, Nancy, 1323 
Rose, Phebe, 762 
Ross, Christine, 1616 
Mary, 1169 
Rowe, Cyrenus, 1601 
Russel, Wm., 989 
Ryder, Gideon A., 1106 
Sampson, Lucy, 1402 
Albert, 682 
Sanborn, Josiah, 1317 
Sanders, Lois, 433 
Sanderson, Georgia, 1295 
Sanford, Helen, 1596a 
Satterly, Mary, 766 
Sawyer, Francis, 289 
Scaplen, Frank, 1643 
Schoonmaker, Moses, 1216 
Scott, John L., 1369 
Thos. W., 1801 
Seabury, Ferris, 924 

1005 

Sears, Mrs. Phebe, 775 
Seaverns, Florence, 1802 
Seavey, C. W., 1704 
I. A., 1703 
Senter, Electra, 1027 
Sercomb, Chas., 1345 
Servis, Jas., 633 
Sessions, Rachel, 703 
Shapleigh, Emma, 1462 









INDEX 


533 


Shattuck, Mary E., 991 
Shed, Priscilla, 61 
Sheldon, Carrie, 1029 
Shepard, Jon., 65 
Sherbun, Dolly, 127 
Sherburne, Isabel M., 1104 
Oliver L., 1594 
Shirley, Lela, 1499 
Shirmon, A. S., 1023 
Shorendon, Thos., 467 
Shurtleff, Emily, 1108 
Smallwood, Bertha, 1373 
Smart, Mary, 1157 
Smith, Ambrose, 1209 
Alzina, 1271 
Chas., 1635 
Dorcas G., 1269 
Douglas D., 1601 
Elias, 108 
Eliz., 677 
Emily, 1087 
John B., 1044 
John G., 1211 
John H., 999 
Geo., 1435 
Kate, 1047 
Martha, 2 
Martha B., 1551 
Mary, 1343 
Richard, 890 
Robt., 940 
Wm., 31 
Snow, Ida, 1438 
Spafford, Dan’l., 593 
Spaulding, Alfred, 1318 
Benj., 631 
Howard, 1305 
Jacob, 346 
Libbie, 1560 

Spellmeyer, Albert, 1673 
Spenello, Alice, 1773 
Stafford, 1481 
Stearns, Obed, 750 
Sargent, 1176 
Sterling. Mary, 394 
Sterry, Paola, 890 
Stevens, Abiel, 15 
Dan’l., 164 
Dorcas, 373 
John, 5 
Mary, 2 
Sampson, 361 
Sam'l, 21 

Steward, Chas., 1329 
Stickney, Mehitable, 11 
Stiles, Hannah, 30 
Stoddard, Thos., 63 
Straw, Edna, 1504 
Strong, Thankful, 355 


Stroth, Margaret, 1778 
Stuart, Eunice, 1592 
Swan, Abigail, 143 
Swope, Isabelle, 1461 
Taft, Mary C., 561 
Taggard, Alfred, 907 
Taylor, Abigail, 554, 
Adelbert, 1242 
Davis, 483 
Nancy, 555 
Phineas, 253 
Thos., 487 
W. H., 1119 
Teff, Mildred, 1776 
Temple, Mary E., 1545 
Maryetta, 1527 
Thayer, Julia, 681 
Sarah, 681 

Thomas, Nettie, 1032 
Wm. P., 1507 
Tompkins, Felix, 926 
Towne, Sarah, 775 
Trask, Susan, 1010 
Tremell, Nancy, 1554 
True, Mehitable, 623 
Tubbs, Henry, 471 
Merritt, 472 
Tucker, Jas. A., 1048 
Turney, Benj., 963 
Tyler, Lizzie, 804 
Moody, 767 
Phineas, 253 
Wealthy, 645 

Van Aernam, Blanche, 1645 
Van Dusen, Eliz., 1338 
Van Fossen, Wm., 1034 
Varnum, 541 

Vanscoyk, Hannah, 1038 
Vinton, Lydia, 771 
Viot, Mrs. Frances, 1267c 
Walker, Betsey, 736 
Jas., 742 

Wallace, Lulu, 1154 
Wallingford, Mrs. Eliz., 169 
Wardwell, Harrison, 907a 
Simon, 534 
Warner, John, 954 
Warren, Dan’l., 744 
Mrs. Sally, 401 
Waters, Mary, 48 
Wattles, Chauncey, 1217 
Webber, Geo., 1469 
Webster, Arabella, 1055 
Ebenezer, 258 
Jon., 256 

Weeks, Minerva, 719 
Weller, Mary, 1559 
Wells, Nellie, 1558 
West, Polly, 612 








534 


INDEX 


Wheeler, Abigail, 6 
Chas., 678 
Eliz., 992 
Hiram, 627 
White, Mary, 1267c 
Whitney, Sarah, 625 
Whittemore, Jacob, 1318 
Whittier, John, 199 
Williams, Catherine, 1180 
Geo., 1713 
Henry, 1023 
Sarah, 1038 
685 

Wilsey, Jas., 466 
Wilson, Abigail, 1346 
David, 511 
Hannah, 195 
John, 180 
Sarah, 995 
Wing, Chas., 953 
Winn, Elmer, 1309 
Winnewisser, Augustus, 852 


Winslow, Julia, 1109 
Winter, Walter, 1277 
Wise, Fred’k., 1575 
Wolford, Geo., 1421 
Wood, Moses, 225 
Phebe, 224 
Sally, 282 
Susanna, 283 
Wilder, 635 
Woodward, Lucy, 788 
Woods, Anne, 239 
Chas., 975 

Woolson, Martha, 629 
Worcester, Chas., 778 
Worden, Wm., 8781! 
Wupperman, Lulu, 1695 
Wright, Martha, 154 
Yeomans, Eliza, 913 
Young, Gladys, 1700 
Younglove, F. M., 1046 
Zahm, Catherine, 1182 
Margaret, 1181 


DESCENDANTS OF JAMES BARKER OF 

ROWLEY, MASS. 


Abiel, 25 

Abigail, 59, 447, 716, 854 

Abram, 388 

Adelia, 776 

Adeline, 430, 674, 748 

Adolphus, 417 

Agnes, 216, 309, 604, 680 

Alanson, 223, 694 

Albert, 575, 712, 904 

Alice, 487, 535 , 732 , 737, 849 

Allen, 889 

Alma Ingalls, 703 

Amanda, 291 

Amasa, 611 

Amos Dow, 387 

Amy, 422, 655 

Aniel, 293 

Anisina, 710 

Anita May, 756 

Ann, Annie, 119, 127, 214, 308, 334, 
357 , 477 , 503 , 602, 653, 657 
Apelles, 131 

Archibald, 415, 665, 823 
Arealia, 377 
Arena, 287 
Armena, 289 

Arthur, 336, 362, 529, 532, 648, 777, 

847 

Asa, 241, 248, 403, 405 
Assenith, 274 


• l 


Augustus, 470 
Avis, 495 
Bailey H., 544 
Bartholomew, 778 
Beatrice, 809 
Benjamin, 41, no, 140, 143, 188, 255, 1 
267, 331 , 407 , 690 
Bernice, 735 
Bert M., 858 
Bertram T., 839 
Bethiah, 19 
Barzillai, 2 
Byron, 466f 
Caleb, 466b 

Caroline, 99, 277, 391, 472, 585, 599, 
693 

Catherine, 208, 550, 705, 713, 760 
Celia N., 486 
Charity H., 827 
Charles, 113, 168, 337, 350, 353, 356, 

428, 438, 466e, 476, 480, 483, 499, ; 

502, 524, 549, 563, 574, 589, 656, ( 

659, 669, 683, 707, 746 , 764, 786, 

802, 826, 875, 898 
Charlotte, 210, 429, 668 
Chauncey, 219 
Clara, 603, 688 
Clarence, 478, 846 
Clement, 130, 370 
Cullen Bryant, 711, 852 












INDEX 


535 


Cynthia, 408, 791 

Cyrus S., 160 

Daniel, 75, 91, 228, 317 

David, 97, 200, 315, 4666, 525. 396 

Deborah, 100, 193, 194, 195, 198, 466 

Dolly G., 701 

Ebenezer, 12. 35, 83, 104, 157, 283 
Edith, 505, 678, 830 
Edward, 873, 891 
Eldad, 56 

Eleanor, 489, 867, 872, 905 
Electa, 224 
Eli W., 714 
Eliza, 584 

Elizabeth, 27, 39, 47, 49, 64, 74, 134, 
121, 152, 163, 173, 185, 261, 276, 
202, 240, 302, 321, 327, 348, 401, 
420, 452, 661, 675, 717, 762 
Elkanah, 46 
Ella, 704, 784 
Ellen, 468, 536, 856 
Ellsworth, 376, 547 
Elsie, 742, 900 

Emma, 371, 492, 564, 607, 642, 692, 
770, 820 

Enoch, 18, 150, 254, 416, 662 
Ephraim, 44, hi 
E rnest, 808, 829 
Esther, 16 
Ethan, 128, 227, 375 
Ethel, 796, 832, 878 
Eunice, 4, 6, 562 
Evangeline, 863 
Evelyn, 473, 490 

Ezra, 15, 38, 58, 96, 112, 126, 153, 170, 
281 

Felicia H., 699 
Fla villa, 275, 474 
Florence E., 845 
Fordyce Dwight, 844 
Forrest Edson, 500 
Frances, 209, 368, 464, 519, 5 23, 53°, 
601, 865 

Francis, 459, 460, 838 
Frank, 485, 501, 663, 704b, 757, 794 , 
801 

Frederic, 246, 431, 437, 484. 5 * 7 , 593 . 
673, 677, 687, 708, 745, 857, 890, 
903 

Gerald, 877 
Gertrude, 773, 815 

George, 206, 365, 4 io, 424, 432 , 479, 
518, 527, 534 , 537 , 548 , 566, 590 , 
640, 763, 792, 793 , 859 
Georgia, 726, 759 
Gilman, 196 
Gordon S., 834 
Grace, 8, 509, 850 
Guy B., 861 


Hannah, 13, 65, 84, 14*. 163, 234, 256, 
290, 414, 436, 451, 555, 580, 595, 
779 

Harold, 899 

Harriet, 328, 366, 522, 541, 594, 670, 
685, 800 

Harry, 542, 768, 821 

Helen, 433, 649, 666, 676, 731, 831, 892 

Hendrick, 767 

Henrietta, 515, 660 

Henry, 7, 212, 294, 539, 546, 645, 715 

Herbert W., 658 

Hezekiah, 87 

Horace, 230, 704d 

Howard, 545, 835 

Hubert, 494 

Huldah, 250 

Humphrey, 151 

Ida, 671 

Ira, 132, 225, 288 
Isaac Watts, 304 
Isabella, 215, 643, 892 
Jacob, 29, 66, 135, 238, 396, 406, 471, 
556, 606, 806 

James, 1, 3, 33, 50, 72, 247, 258, 265, 
332 , 358 , 361, 512, 755 
Jane, 252, 423, 426, 435, 475 
Jedediah, 144, 262 
Jemima, 57 
Jeremiah, 102, 243 
Jerusha, 229 
Jesse, 363, 753 
Joanna, 31, 305 
Joel, 559 

John, 37, 86, 93, 106, 191, 231, 257, 

266, 303, 319, 322, 329, 360, 369, 

382, 390, 409, 413 , 445 , 496, 528, 

554, 582, 586, 598, 610, 689, 696, 

721, 734, 814, 849a, 855, 868 

Jonathan, n, 76, 177 
Joseph, 23, 48, 68, 103, 142, 201, 251, 
352, 418, 419, 5io, 833 
Josephine, 508, 888 
Josiah, 40, 92, 107, 178, 187, 299, 320 
Juanita, 531 
Judith, 285, 453 
Judson, 307 

Julia, 186, 312, 326, 347, 442, 591, 651, 
681, 747 , 769 
Lavinia, 605 
Leander T., 700 
Letitia, 412, 421 
Levi, 87, 105, 167 
Lewis, 180, 316, 491, 736 
Lillian, 493, 810, 901 
Lois, 552 
Louis, 819 
Louisa. 572 
Lucia A., 374 







INDEX 


536 


Lucian, 704a 

Lucy, 346, 504, 506, 513, 718 
Ludlow, 560, 787, 887 
Luliona, 739 

Luther, 203, 354, 364, 516 
Lydia, 14, 89, 190, 325, 330 
Mabel, 733, 795 , 828 
Malcolm L., 907 
Malinda A., 573 
Manah, 221 
Manzer, 774 

Margaret, 62, 101, 137, 211, 239, 400, 

425 , 439 , 567, 75 i, 836 
Maria, 698 
Marion, 498 
Mariet Dana, 521 
Marjorie L., 822 
Mark, 318, 727 
Marshall, 876 
Martha, 578, 719, 761 
Mary, 21, 30, 54, 55 , 70, 71, 77 , 88, 109, 
123, 136, 147, 155, 161, 172, 181, 

192, 207, 236, 244, 272, 298, 323, 

33 i, 349 , 359 , 367, 385, 392, 397 , 

404, 440, 443, 462, 482, 526, 538, 

543 , 553 , 565, 581, 588, 609, 650, 

672, 702, 720, 750, 848, 860, 870 
Matilda, 587 
Mehitable, 264, 379 
Melinda, 311 
Melissa, 351 
Melvina, 576 
Mercy, 32, 63 
Mildred, 824, 902 
Miriam, 129 
Moses, 384, 461 
Muriel, 667, 813, 837 
Myra, 306, 781 
Nancy, 158, 182, 295, 446 
Nathan, 28, 45 

Nathaniel, 5, 34, 43, 69, 78, 94, 138, 
146, 179, 242, 245, 263, 314, 458, 
709 , 869 
Nettie S., 514 
Nicholas, 386 

Noah, 20, 79, 95, 114, 148, 189, 268, 
310, 324, 466g, 728 
Olive, 159, 765 

Oliver, 25, 52, 53, 120, 222, 533 

Oscar, 579, 771 

Pamelia, 278, 450, 466c 

Patience, 61 

Paul, 897 

Peleg, 270, 469 

Percy K., 654 

Perley K., 842 

Perrin, 220 


Peter, 704c 
Phebe, 691, 697 
Philip M., 862 
Rachel, 378 
Ralph W., 840 
Reginald H., 841 
Relief, 108 
Reuben, 122, 217 
Rhoda, 577 

Richard, 237, 383, 399, 568, 571, 592 
7 24, 758 , 908 
Rosemond, 772, 871 
Roy M., 730 
Rufus, 345 

Ruth, 17, 42, 118, 233, 570, 743, 789 

866 

Samuel, 24, 259, 381, 448, 457, 647, 695 
706 

Sarah, 22, 51, 73, 80, 139, 145 , 154 , 164 | 
183, 218, 232, 313, 333, 344, 373 | 
395, 402, 441, 444, 465, 467, 583 | ! 
597 , 790 | 

Seth, 124 
Shirley Lou, 874 
Sidney B., 551 
Sidonius, 752 
Simeon, 162, 85 
Sophia, 204, 249, 273, 286 
Sophronia, 463, 825 I 

Spafford J., 394 
Stanley, 740, 775, 906 
Stella, 768, 811, 812 
Stephen, 10 

Susan, 36, 166, 197, 226, 260, 271, 398, 
454 , 456 , 644 

Tamar, 9 ;[| 

Tamesin, 90, 184, 301 
Thelma J., 754 
Theophilus S., 282 

Thomas, 60, 67, 133, 149, 235, 269,4, 
380, 393, 411, 434, 466a, 557, 600,, 
608, 641, 684, 686 
Timothy, 449 
Vernon J., 744 
Walter, 488, 569 
Ward H., 652 
Wendell, 497 
Wenonah, 851 
Wesley, 558, 766 
Whitehead, 253, 427 
Wilbur H., 853 j 

William, 98, 156, 199, 213, 205, 335, j 
355 , 389, 455 , 466h, 481, 507, 511, I 
520, 561, 646, 664, 679, 682, 783, 
807, 843 
Wright, 300 
















INDEX 


537 


PERSONS MARRIED WITH 


Abbott, Marshall, 490 
Phebe, 445 

Adgate, Mathew, 366 & 367 
Amadon, Alice E., 335 
Amos, Kate, 524 
Anderson, Mary L., 360 
Appleton, Margaret L., 491 
Armagast, Rachel, 801 
Atherton, Alex., 565 
Ayer, Sally, 149 
Babcock, Emily F., 844 
Bailey, Cora. 481 
Sallie, 365 

Barbour, Heman H., 781 
Barker, Archibald, 415 
Benjamin, 143 
Francis A., 208 
Barlow, 323 
Barnard, Frances, 225 
Bartlett, Thos., 402 
Battelle, Ebenezer, 347 
Brimmer, 348 
Beach, Thos., 465 
Bean, Ann, 332 
Bedurtha, Mary, 25 
Bell, Eliz., 407 
Bennett, John C., 207 
Berry, 82 
Bertell, Benj., 54 
Birge, Cecelia, 375 
Black, Chas. W., 851 
Mary, 431 

Blanchard, Ann, 461 
Abigail, 259 
Boardman, Almira, 162 
Lawrence, 198 
Boise, Rev. Sanford, 562 
Bolles, Wm. C., 779 
Bond, Jennie M., 478 
Borass, Ingmar, 860 
Boston, Harriet, 388 
Bowers, Cynthia, 230 
Boyd, Jane, 409 
Brackett, Dorcas E., 700 
Bradford, Ephraim P., 109 
Bradley, Lena. 549 
Brasbee, Hannah, 83 
Bridges, Betsey, 251 
Charity, 415 
John H., 252 
Britt, Walter, 385 
Brittain, Margaret, 406 
Brocklebank, Jos., 27 
Brown, Eliza, 712 
John E., 519 
Mrs. Nettie, 853 


JAMES OF ROWLEY LINE 

Robbins, 710 
Browning, Wm. R., 204 
Buell, Edw. W., 351 
Burden, Parker, 576 
Burnham, Lydia N., 714 
Burpee, Caroline, 393 
Chas., 421 
Chas. J., 601 
Lydia, 138 
Eliz., 253 
Moses G, 400 
Rebecca, 390 
T. B. Coburn, 429 
Burrowes, Maude M., 721 
Cambridge, Muriel, 843 
Campbell, J. Roy, 678 
Canadie, Jas., 8 
Carpenter, Eldridge C., 313 
David, 538 
Case, Eliz. T., 787 
Cates, Bridget, 18 
Chamberlain, Lydia, 317 
Chambers, Ralph W., 732 
Chandler, Mary, 272 
Simeon, 127 
Chapman, 136 
Amos, 264 
Gilbert, 697 
Hannah, 235 
Sam’l., 693 
Timothy, 452 
Chappel, Chas., 591 
Chase, Jas., 583 
Susan, 315 
Christie, Anna, 645 
Rachel, 645 
Cist, Helen, 533 
Clark, Chas., 691 
Hannah, 448 
Mary D., 499 
Clarke, Dan’l, 99 
Cleaves, Nath’l., 108 
Clement, Eliz., 269 
Coburn, Mary, 255 
Moses, 234 
Coe, E. S., 344 
Coffin, Dan’l., 453 
Comstock. Sally M., 480 
Cooper, G. W., 720 
Corbett, Helen, 652 
Coy, Amasa, 236 
Crane, Elijah, 312 
Crosby, Louisa, 641 
Cross, 271 
Currie, Zebulon, 553 
Currier, David, 425 









53 8 INDEX 


Dana, Eliz., 103 
Davis, Edw. B., 508 
Dawson, Sam’l. G., 357 
Day, Ezra, 379 
Deacon, Mary, 387 
DeMille, A. B., 680 
Denslow, Sarah, 227 
Devol, Emiline, 206 
Frances H., 361 
Maria, 203 

Dodge, Murray W., 900 
Dow, Jephthah, 584 
Mary, .387 
Drake, Fred’k., 550 
Geo. W., 166 
Mabel L., 499 
Dresser, Dan’l., 74 
Jos., 31 

Dunn, Marilla E., 683 
Dunphy, Roselle, 519 
Geo., 556 

Durell, Betsey, 187 
Emma V., 324 
Dwight, Eliz. L., 690 
Dykeman, 766 
Eaton, Hannah H., 709 
Eddy, G. W., 473 & 474 
Temperance, 310 
Edgerly, Clara, 307 
Ellsworth, Jerusha, 128 
Erwin, Mary A., 375 
Estey, Hannah, 386 
Ruth, 382 
Sarah, 133 
Eustis, Lyman, 466 
Fair, Henry F., 667 
Feetham, Minnie J., 656 
Ferguson, Alex., 495 
Francis, 486 
Fernald, Jas. C., 514 
Mary S., 485 
Fessenden, Thos., 812 
Figgett, Martha, 20 
Fisher, Majorie, 849a 
Fitch, 269 
Flagler, Abigail, 777 
Fleet, Sidney R.„ 604 
Folsom, Lizzie E., 480 
Foster, F. A., 820 
Geo., 531 

Fradsham, Laura A., 687 
Fraser, Mary, 766 
Freeman, Frances, 394 
Frost, Ellen M., 715 
Fuller, Nettie F., 858 
Gage, Jas., 209 
Wm., 32 

Galloway, Miriam, 741 
Gargon, Mary, 551 


Garrison, Wm., 562 
Gerrish, H., 268 
Gibbs, Horace D., 704 
Gilman, Deborah, 95 
Goette, Ella, 534 
Gordon, Chas. W., 702 
Wm., 239 
Wm., 401 

Graham, W. Kenneth, 836 
Green, Abel, 224 
Grinnell, Elvira, 314 
Inez E., 662 
Grover, Eliza M., 707 
Guy, Geo. R., 541 
Haines, Ruth F., 329 
Wm., 39 

Harper, Benj., 668 
Eunice, 381 

Harrison, Archibald, 422 
Mary, 427 
Moses, 605 

Hartt, Archeleus, 789 
Hatheway, Calvin L., 397 
Hayward, Lucy, 730 
Healey, Augusta M., 471 
Heard, Mary, 40 
Hewlett, Anne, 416 
Hill, Anna, 91 
Eliz., 316 
Thos. J., 311 
Hobbs, Warwick, 163 
Hobson, 467 

Holmes, Chloe, 362 
Hovey, Flora I., 500 
Howorth, Anna, 763 
Ingalls, Dan’l., 462 
Fred’k., 446 
Nancy, 460 
Jackman, Mary, 257 
Jackson, 472 

Jewett, Anna, 38 
Anna, 2 
Cynthia A., 566 
David, 395 
Ezekiel, 256 
Hannah, 157 
Jeremiah, 444 
John, 165 
Mary, 33 
Sarah, 150 
Stephen, 152 
Johns, Mercy, 3 
Johnson, Jas., 408 
Jos., 13 
Thos. A., 84 
Jones, Eliz., 225 
Richard, 587 
Keller, Capt., 564 
Kendal, Ellen, 589 






INDEX 


539 


Kendrick, Ann, 199 
Kenniston, Mrs. 178 
Kent, Eliz., 320 
Kesar, Moses, 73 
Keyes, Julia, 358 
Kierstead, Perley T., 670 
Kilburn, Eliz., 72 
Kile, Myra B., 529 
Kimball, Calvin, 475 
John, 88 
King, 768 
Gertrude, 525 
Sarah, 376 
Kneeland, John, 129 
Knight, Catherine, 458 
Lakin, John, 588 
Lane, Geo., 172 
Edmund, 173 
Large, Ellen, 557 
Larlee, 137 
Latham, Mary E., 479 
Lattin, Albert W., 850 
Leavitt, Gilman, 89 
Lee, Eliz., 23 
Lemler, John, 750 
Lewis, Gwendolin, 658 
Lingley, Louisa, 557 
Lippincott, 773 
Little, Thos. B., 464 
Lloyd, Eliz. J., 431 
Long, John B., 790 
Longee, Mai da, 903 
Lord, Franklin B., 901 
Love, Sarah, 582 
Lynch, Jas., 468 
Lyon, Susannah, 126 
McAdam, Mary H., 654 
McClanahan, 457 
McCobb, Julia, 318 
McDuffy, Charlotte, 542 
McElveney, Edw., 800 
McLeod, Alex., 240 
Howard, 643 

McQuillen, Hester A., 364 
Mabee, Abbie G., 394 
Manning, Mrs. Mary, 44 
Marble, Wm. C., 333 
Marcellin, Annie T., 545 
Maxwell, Anne, 111 
Josephine, 362 
Rachel, 356 
Mead, Margaret, 241 
Merrill, 79 

278 

Meyner, P. K., 676 
Miller, Mary, 25 
Mordough, Abigail, 38 
Morrill, 274 

Moss, Robt. H., 832 
Mukin, Mehitable, 56 


Murphy, Caroline, 74 
Nason, Wesley, 769 
Nay, 273 
Nelson, Edith, 325 
Noble, Seth., 141 
Norris, Jon., 90 
Oaksmith, Margaret, 740 
Orr, Eliza, 600 
Osborne, Herbert, 742 
Paddock, Tryphena, 223 
Page, Taby, 268 
Palmer, Sarah, 68 
Stephen, 218 
Parsons, Chas., 374 
Paulson, Mary, 802 
Pease, Albana, 183 
Jos., 181 
Mark, 158 
Nancy, 178 
Sarah, 179 
Perkins, Maude, 337 
Perley, Caroline, 438 
Perry, Dan’l., 161 
Philbrook, Mary, 95 
Pike, 277 
Piper, Elisha, 80 
Plummer, Stanley, 490 
Pottle, Deborah, 41 
Ramsay, Mary, 44 
Rise, Helen, 517 
Rideout, Chas., 795 
Robbins, Grace, 855 
Roberts, J. E., 731 
Mary W., 517 
Robertson, A., 692 
Rogers, Alice, 479 
Betsey, 259 
276 

Rollins, Lucinda. 307 
Rose, Mary J., 696 
Ross, Malcolm, 677 
Rundlette, Hannah, 85 
Mary, 33 

Runyan, J. J., 322 
Rupe, Clarence M., 513 
Russel, Lucy A., 196 
Sage, Marcia, 217 
Sanderson, Albert, 776 
Sawyer, Jane, 146 
Sayers, Lydia, 428 
Scammon, John, 192 
Lydia, 188 
Scott, Jos., 30 
Scovil, John, 674 
Sewell, Eliz. A., 361 
Shafer, Edwin D., 513 
Shannon, 98 
Shaw, Caro L., 344 
Andrew, 282 
John, 375 













54o 

Shaw, Viola, 484 
Shepard, Timothy, 63 
Shipman, John B., 349 
Mrs. Mary, 201 
Shute, Nath’L, 197 
Simpson, 97 
Sloot, Chas., 577 
Smith, Dan’l., 330 
Emeline, 196 
Ezekiel, 77 
Fred’k., 509 
Hannah, 409 
Herbert, 796 
Mary, 383 
Mary A., 663 
Nancy T., 160 
Nathan, 139 
Ruth, 63 
Sebastian, 594 
Thos., 236 
Treadwell, 391 
Wm., 232 

Southworth, Mrs. Eliz., 320 
Spofford, Mary, 66 
Stacy, Wm. E., 530 
Stephenson, Andrew, 404 
Stickney, Benj., 244 
Mrs. Hannah, 72 
Isaac, 134 
Mary, 3 
Moses, 328 
Sarah, 144 
Stone, Melissa, 201 
Rufus, 202 
Swigart, Emma, 829 
Taylor, Hannah, 405 
John S., 398 
Mary, 606 
Sarah, 390 
Thos., 441 
Wm., 442 
Wm., 536 

Teel, Adda L., 537 
Tenney, Margaret, 29 
Thompson, Annie, 645 
Wilford, 733 
Thorniley, Jennie, 352 
Thorp, 471 
Tilley, Eliza, 411 
Torner, Howard T., 535 
Towne, Eliza, 449 
Isaac J., 464 
Joseph, 101 
Traver, Rose E., 548 


INDEX 

Treadwell, Wm. C., 426 
Trent, Martha O., 363 
Tupper, Abraham N., 436 
Fred G., 655 
Mary F., 673 
Turney, Anne, 396 
Eliz., 253 

Twitched, Eli, 463 
Thaddeus, 456 
Thos. E., 701 
Upham, Mary, 200 
Upton, Annie, 419 
Mary, 254 
Sarah, 135 

Venning, Edith May, 683 
Vincent, Cassie, 528 
Wales, Caroline J., 507 
Walker, Jas., 451 
Wall, Lillian M., 664 
Warner, Augusta, 853 
Warriner, Ann, 58 
Wasson, John, 412 
Watson, John, 6 
Rebecca B., 665 
Watters, Cynthia, 238 
Henrietta, 554 
Susan, 380 
Webb, Miriam, 58 
Weeks, 88 
Welch, Cynthia, 228 
Wheeler, Nicholas, 233 
Kate, 586 

Whitehead, Letitia S., 142 
Whitley, Josephine, 336 
Waite, Mrs. Mary, 1 
Wicom, Sarah, 33 
Wiggin, Anna, 45 
Mary, 87 
Noah, 42 
81 

Wilkin, Alfred, 359 
Wilkinson, James, 326 
Williams, 275 
Willis, Geo. L., 854 
Wilson, Emma, 520 
Margaret, 432 
Withers, Mary, 704a 
Woodbury, Mary, 231 
136 

Wortman, James, 392 
Wright, Benj., 21 
Wrisley, Eva, 551 
Young, Sarah, 606 
Yurann, John, 323 


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Abner, 19, 31, 127, 151, 152 
Abraham, 23, 70 
Achsah, 150 


Ada, 132 
Adele, 209 
Agnes, 61, 236 








INDEX 


54* 


Amelia, 193 
Amy, 29, 44, 80, 177 
Anderson, 226 
Andrew, 105 
Anna, 5, 25, 210 
Aseneth, 160 
Benjamin, 192 
Bishop, 37 
Brantley, 97 
Bridget, 161 
Caleb, 166 
Caroline, 143 
Catherine, 185, 215 
Charles, 139, I49, 213 
Cyrus, 175 

Daniel, 3, 86, 104, 168 
David, 26, 84 
Dorcas, 10, 42, 118 
Dorothy, 218 
Edith, 78, 203 
Eleanor, 216 
Elisha, 94 
Eliza, 128 

Elizabeth, 12, 30, 43, 45. 71, 83, 144, 
164, 171, 179, 186, 198, 202 
Ellen, 58, 129, 138 
Elzena, 165 
Emily, 126 
Enoch, 34, 81, 159 
Esther, 18, 183 
Ezra, 174 
Frank, 131, 136 
Frederick, 142, 22.2, 233 
George, 60, 135, 208, 220 
Gertrude, 217 

Hannah, 93, 116, 146, 155, 187 

Harry, 137, 207 

Henderson, 103 

Henry, 63 

Horatio, 53 

Huldah, 188 

Isaac, 33, 89, 181, 196 

Jacob, 27 

James, 38, 134, 232 

Jean, 56, 212 

Jeremiah, 41, 20 

Jesse, 24, 57, 99, 133 


Jessie, 69 

John, 15, 32, 55, 82, 88, iii, 195, 229 

Jonathan, 170 

Jordan, 113 

Joseph, 2, 17, 65 

Joshua, 36 

Juliette, 223 

Lee, 237 

Louis H., 140 

Lydia, 147 

Mahlon, 162 

Margaret, 221 

Maria, 6, 47, 51 

Martha, 194 

Mary, 4, 16, 77. 92, 115, 124, 130, 148, 
172, 180, 190, 197, 227 
Mathew, 76 
Minnie, 100 
Nathan, 72, 176, 199 
Nevens, 169 
Neville, 204 

Nicholas, 13, 35, 73, 75, 87 

Oren, 231 

Phebe, 178 

Pierce, 205, 234 

Price, 106 

Rachel, 22, 66, 79, 101, 189, 228 
Ralph E., 201 
Randolph, 157 

Rebecca, 8, 109, 119, 153. 158, 182, 
211, 219 

Richard, 52, 125, 214, 224 

Richmond, 107 

Riley, 200 

Robert, 11, 28 

Ruth, 102, 206, 235 

Samuel, 1, 7, 14, 39, 62, 96, 112 

Sarah, 46, 67, 85, 117, 154 , 163, 184 

Seth, 90, 191 

Simeon, 74, 173 

Sibyl, no 

Solomon E., 225 

Sophia, 167 

Susanna, 9, 48, 64 

Tillman, 98 

Thomas, 49, 59, 95, 108, 156 
William, 21, 40, 50, 54, 68, 114, 141 


FAMILIES INTERMARRIED 

Adams, Sam’l. P., 58 
Allen. Hannah, 13 
Hannah J., 94 
Anderson, Sam'l., 161 
Babb, A. Florence, 201 
Baker, , 63 
Ball, Rachel, 7 


IN SAMUEL BARKER LINE 

Barrett, Henry A., 143 
Barry, , 12 
Boggs, S. W., 198 
Bourne, Richard M., 218 
Brown, Henry C., 138 
Carness, , 39 
Carrill, Edward, 9 








54 2 INDEX 


Clayton, Johanna, 2 
Collins, Mary, 17 
Cook, Mary W., 133 
Cox, Anna, 88 
Catherine, 87 
Charles, 29 
Gideon, 160 
Lydia, 86 
Margaret, 90 
Thomas, 85 
Craft, Jas. W., 128 
Craig, Miriam, 15 
Cravin, J. H., 177 
Davis, Eliz., 34 
Dearborn, Nancy, 28 
Evans, Joseph, 22 
Theophilus, 18 
Farley, Jean D., 139 
Farlow, David, 92 
Farnsworth, Ruth, 213 
Few, , 8 
Foster, Charles, 66 
Fox, John, 116 
Fussell, Howard L., 215 
Garden, David A., 144 
Ganso, Clarence E., 211 
Greenfield, Margaret, 14 
Hackett, Mahlon, 93 
Heth, Sally, 20 
Hicks, Wm, 5 
Hinshaw, J., 188 
Thos. T., 172 
Hoopes, Rebecca, 60 
Hunter, Eliza, 52 
Jordan, Deborah, 11 


Kendrick, , 71 
Laws, Margaret, 17 
Lee, E., 161 
Lloyd, W., 164 
McDaniel, Francis, 115 
McGee, Catherine, 205 
McKeown, Eliz., 141 
McKnight, Moses, 16 
McLean, Annie V., 137 
Marley, Frank, 167 
Mendenhall, Phebe, 162 
Ruth, 32 

Neville, Morgan, 61 
Nichols, Eliz., 3 
Noble, Emma, 136 
Okely, Eliza, 59 
Osborne, Mary, 32 
Panveds, , 37 
Pendergras, Eugene P., 219 
Purvoe, Sarah, 73 
Reynolds, , 109 
Richardson, Wm., 4 
Scandrett, Ellen, 19 
Shields, W, 165 
Sipple, Agnes, 17 
Staats, Abraham, 44 
Stevenson, Geo., 47 
Strader, Chas. M., 67 
Swain, , no 

Toller, , 117 

Townsend, Gertrude, 142 
Juliette, 142 
Walls, , 39 

Ward, Henry L., 216 


DESCENDANTS OF THE VIRGINIA BARKERS 
JAMES BARKER OF RICHMOND 


Abigail, 150 
Albert, 71, 146, 149 
Alice B., 122 
Alzadia F., 180 
Amanda, 67 
Anderson L., 26 
Andrew J., 37 
Augusta, 127 
Berthum B., 131 
Bruce B., 138 
Buena Vista, 73 
Byron, 194 
Calloway H., 148 
Carroll T., 183 
Charles, 169 
Chester, 168 


Clara, 7 9 , 157 
Clement McD., 178 
Clifford H., 177 
Daniel, 21 
Delilah, 98, 154 
Dorothy, 188 
Dwight, 166 
Earl E., 139 
Edgar R., 106 
Edista N., 179 
Edward D., 158 
Eliza, 12 

Elizabeth, 86, 113, 143, 160, 191 
Ella, 108, xi6, 130 
Ellard, 90 
Ellen, 68, 135, 147 






INDEX 


543 


Emaline, 40 
Esther, 88 
Ethel, 145 
Eugene, 172 
Farlena, 38 
Floyd, 170 
Forest, 165 
Frances O., 56 
Franklin, 107, 121 
Fred’k., 96, 109 
Florence, 103 
George, 64, 97, 173 
Golden, 163 
Grace, 134 
Harriet, 126, 195 
Hartzell, 93 
Hedrach S., 93 
Henrietta, 164 
Henry H., 182 
Isaac, 2, 5, 8, 19, 43 
Isabell, 45 
Inez, 92 
Jacob, 4, 18, 39 

James, 1, 11, 22, 31, 51, 74, 78, 132 

J. Craig, 119 

Jean, 190 

J. Ethan, 112 

Jefferson F., 80 

Jerusha A., 118 

Jessie, 136 

J. K. P., 42 

Joel, 35 

John, 16, 34 , 49 , 70, 197 
Jonathan L., 54 

Joseph, 15, 29, 55, 75, 85, 123, 162 

Josiah, 59 

Joyce, 91 

Julia, 53, 117 

Laura, 151 

Lester, 167 

Lelia Lee, 196 


Lucy, 89, 128 
Lybis, 193 
McRae D., 189 
Malinda, 83 
Martha J., 184 

Mary, 17, 23, 36. 44, 47. 65, 114, 186 

Massena, 24, 57, 124 

Maude O., 105 

Nancy, 14, 152 

Napoleon, 61, 125 

Nora L., 101 

Olive, 58, 75 

Orus O., 133 

Oscar, 187 

Paul C., 176 

Pauline, 94 

Pleasant, 99, 181 

Peter L., 66 

Raymond D., 140 

Robert, 48, hi 

Roger Lee, 156 

Rosa, 69 

Rufus L., 32 

Russell M., 100 

Ruth N., 171 

Rutherford, 87 

Samuel S., 41 

Sarah, 30, 60, 81, 120 

Spicy, 13 

Stella S. f 115 

Susan, 20, 28, 33, 52, 62 

Thoburn D., 141 

Thomas, 27, 50, 63, 77, 155, 161 

Thurman B., 144 

Vienna E., 72 

Virginia, 102, 174, 185 

Wallace V., 175 

William, 9, 25, 46, 76, no, 129, 153 

Wilson, 104 

Winifred 


PERSONS MARRIED WITH JAMES BARKER 

DESCENDANTS 


Barker, Mary, 17 
Barton, Dorse, 128 
Bias, Jas. K. f 36 
Bradbury, John W., 56 
Brockwell, Ruby, 156 
Brolin, Mary E., 149 
Byus, W. A., 88 
Caldwell, Jon., 67 
Chigbrow, W., 65 
Colvin, Josephine, 119 


Cottingham, Olive, 155 
Crews, Milton, 114 
Crouch, Shaver, 85 
Culbertson, Luella, 97 
Deeds, John A., 135 
Duncan, Sarah, 42 
Einhelig, Kate, 71 
Ellison, John, 115 
Evans, Alvin, 157 
Ferguson, Wm., 60 






INDEX 


544 


Fiederling, Peter, 28 
Freyer, Albert, 127 
Garner, Susan, 3 
Glascock, Smith, 136 
Gore, Jas. H., 52 
Hacker, Sophia, 71 
Hall, Mary E., 27 
Hampson, Laura, 111 
Harvey, Burton, 117 
James L., 126 
Hinton, Delilah, 26 
Plobbs, Nellie, 124 
Sarah, 5 

Hogan, Wishita, 123 
Houchins, Wm., 53 
Inghram, John, 89 
Jackson, Jas. A., 38 
Jaggard, Clara, 55 
Javins, Thos., 83 
Johnson, Bettie, 57 
Susan A., 51 
Jones, Dennie, 112 
Jordan, Emma L., 51 
Lare, Ray E., 101 
Law, 113 
Lawrence, Jon. W., 43 
Malinda, 15 
Leeform, A., 67 
Lilly, David, 23 
Earl, 120 
Harriet, 50 
James, 47 
Julia, 24 


McDorman, Virginia M., 39 
Malott, Melissa O., 48 
Mathews, David, 28 
Maxwell, Anna J., 80 
Meadows, John, 113 
Mary M., 49 
Naomi, 25 

Milburn, Ardelia A., 54 
Mitchell, Jas., 62 
Mott, Carolyn, 78 
Neely, Della, no 
Nichols, Eliza, 29 
Palmer, Eliz. K., 48 
Perry, R. E., 33 
Pollock, Chas. J., 116 
Rogers, Catherine C., 77 
Mrs. Emma, 50 
Scott, Spicy, 4 
Scragg, Eliz., 37 
Smith, Emma, 99 
Mary, 1 

Snodgrass, Hugh, 30 
Stagg, E. P., 134 
Stephens, Arsina, 105 
Stotts, Arzona E., 74 
Swallow, Jas., 44 
Teass, Maria, 84 
Thomas, Abigail, 25 
Toney, Wm., 44 
Watson, Garfield, 147 
Webb, John, 58 
Wilkie, Chas. P., 108 
Wood, L. M., 73 


JOSEPH BARKER OF WEST VIRGINIA 


Aaron, 5, 45, 55, 71 
Albert, 108 
Alcinda, 60 
Alfred, 25, 80, 87 
Almanda L., 50 
Amy, 26 
Anne, 14, 40 
Andrew, 98 
Antoinette, 91 
Arizona, 63 
Asenith 52 
Augustus J., 64 
Benjamin H., 24 
Bertha, 119 
Byron G., no 
Catherine, 12, 41 
Charles, 82, 114 
David, 7, 35, 62 
Delia, 53, 84 
Drusilla, 23, 34, 51, 65 
Eason, 61 


Edgar Lee, 48 
Elery Riggs, 78 
Eliuh M., 74 
Elizabeth, 6, 15, 97, 124 
Ellen, 38, 86, 93 
Exilla J., 77 
Felix, 28 
Gladys, 120 
Harrison B., 73 
Ida J., 68 
Imlah, 37 
Irene, 101, 118 
Jacob, 21 

James, 3, n, 92, 115 
Janet, 123 
Jessie, 122 
John, 4, 11 7 

Joseph, 1, 2, 9, 13, 22, 56 
Kathleen, 127 
Laura, 69 
Lavina, 33 











INDEX 


545 


Leah, 103 
Lee, 107 
Levi, 27, 57, 88 
Louise, 70, 113 
Mahlon B., 76 
Majorie, 105 
Mary, 39, 49 
Maxine, 126 
Mildred J., 106 
Moses, 10 
Nicie, 59 
Ora C, 128 
Pearl, 90 
Perry, 58 
Rawley, 31, 66 
Raynor W., 85 
Rebecca, 8, 67 


Robert Lee, 94 
Rosalie, 104, in 
Rush, 36 
Ruth, 100 

Sarah, 29, 43, 54, 72 , 116 
Shelby, 42, 75 
Sina M., 46 
Sylvester, 89 
Thomas, 83, 112 
Virginia R., 125 
Walton E., 99 
Wellington P., 47 
Willey Lee, 81 
William, 79, 96, 109, 121 
Willis M., 102 
Zackwell, 30, 44 
Zadoc, 32 


PERSONS MARRIED WITH JOSEPH BARKER 

DESCENDANTS 


Arnett, Celina, 47 
Jas., 6 
Pearl, 78 

Barker, Amelia, 11 
Bonafield, Rosalie, 80 
Brand, Thirza, 25 
Brookover, Evalena, 79 
Carpenter, Catherine, 2 
Cochran, John, 29 
Craig, Geo., 50 
Cranford, Presley, 86 
Dent, Rawley, 38 
Frum, Grace, 76 
Gabbert, John, 34 
Graham, Jennie, 64 
Greathouse, Sylvester, 59 
Hall, Dora, 82 
Ira G, 41 
Pleasant, 81 
Hammond, Don, 93 
Hare, Cassander, 31 
Levi, 33 

Harman, Chas. N., 102 
Jenni, Clyde, 116 
Little, David, 60 


Low, Mary, 42 
Lynch, Jarret, 40 
McElroy, Dan’l., 46 
McKeal, Chas., 51 
Michael, W. D., 77 
Moran, Clarence, 107 
Morgan, Hannah, 7 
Rebecca, 24 
Morris, Sarah B., 56 
Pindell, E. S., 23 
Reatherford, Middleton, 26 
Riggs, Mary E„ 44 
Scott, Jas., 8 
Morgan, 12 
Sarah, 5 

Snider, Julia B., 105 
Wm. R., 43 
Wm. S., 67 
Springer, Thos., 65 
Stevens, John, 109 
Stewart, Milton. 39 
Summers, Rebecca, 24 
Tennent, Ida M., 75 
1 Wildman, C., 84 


CHARLES BARKER OF CUMBERLAND GAP, VA. 


Alice, 22 
Benjamin, 23 
Campbell, 9 
Catherine, 4 


Charles, 12, 26, 35 
David, 19, 31 
Doris M., 34 
Dorothy, 39, 40 









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Eliza, ii 
E lizabeth, io 
Elliott S., 29 
Florence, 38 
Frances, 14 
Grace, 30 
Henry, 15 
Ida, 24 
Ina P., 33 
Joel, 7, 18 
John, 3, 16 


Mary A., 8 
Matilda, 21, 28 
Minnie, 25 
Mitchel, 12 
Pearl, 27 
Roy, 37 
Sarah, 6, 13 
Squire, 20, 32 
Wiley F., 36 
William, 5, 17 


PERSONS MARRIED WITH CHARLES BARKER 

DESCENDANTS 


Arnold, Ethel, 29 
Rose, 31 

Barker, F. W., 25 
Blake, H. Elwyn, 24 
Bruce, Aaron, 33 
Hart, Lee, 27 


McCormick, Elsa, 32 
McGuire, Priscilla J. 
Philips, John, 28 
Snodgrass, Matilda, 2 
Steed, Bertha M., 26 
Turner, T. T., 22 


CHARLES 

Anne, 14, 29, 35 
Buddy, 6 
Charles, 1, 9, 20 
Clara E., 22 
Clarence S., 27 
Dewitt K., 23 
George, 33 
Herbert, 28 
James, 5, 16, 21 
John, 17 

Joseph, 10, 26, 39 
Judith E., 41 


OF HENRICO CO., VA. 

Leroy M., 3 
Leta, 25 
Louis A., 34 
Margaret H., 36 
Martha M., 30 
Mary, 11, 40 
Rebecca A., 8 
Robert, 7, 18, 32 
Susan, 4 

Thomas, 2, 12, 15, 19, 31 
William, 13, 24, 38 


PERSONS MARRIED WITH CLIARLES BARKER 

DESCENDANTS 


Boswell, Frances, 12 
Browning, Ina, 13 
Devine, Anna, 26 
Ezelle, Inez, 19 
Hart, Julian, 25 
Heard, Nancy, 5 
Hendricks, Chas. F., 29 


Holman, Margaret, 9 
Hudson, Mary, 10 
Logan, Robt. A., 30 
Potts, Stephen, 4 
Sturdivant, Martha, 2 
Wagnon, Anna, 44 
Williams, Mary, 1 






WOMAN INVADES ADVERTISING FIELD 







[Reprint from the National Magazine] 

WOMAN INVADES ADVERTISING FIELD 

By Sticking Everlastingly at it wins Success in a Profession 
that is Supposed to be Exclusively a Masculine Prerogative 

By Lucy Cleveland 

For a woman to become successful in the advertising world— 
where only men are supposed to touch the light guitar of flowing 
phrases (so desperately hard to manufacture and “put over"), 
that sing success for themselves and the firms they serve, is surely 
an achievement worthy of mention. 

E. Frye Barker has this achievement to her credit. 

To be born of good old Puritan stock; to have the blood of 
five Colonial governors in one’s ancestral line; to have good health ; 
to be college bred; to be happily engaged to be married; to have 
lived in Europe’s glowing lands; to have wealth sufficient for all 
desires—what more could one ask? Such was the rosy outlook 
on life of Miss E. Frye Barker at the threshold of womanhood. 
But the wheel turned! Death suddenly snatched Romance. 
Health suffered under the blow, and money faded under the bad 
management of trustees. And naturally she had absolutely no 
business training with which to face the world. 

The finest preparation for wearing your acquired prosperity 
gracefully is to have known the worth—and the worthlessness—of 
money. 

What to do? was the question. 

Previous to college days, Miss Barker had studied stenography 
and typewriting, but made up her mind not to admit it to the busi¬ 
ness world, as she was determined to make her brain rather than 
her hands earn a living. So she turned her attention to settle¬ 
ment work—the first “job” toward the building of a home. To 
see others out of it—bitterly deprived—if you have a grain of 
the schist of Plymouth Rock in you, you want to help them into 
it, as you help yourself. And besides, Miss Barker is a descendant 
of the celebrated Elizabeth Fry, the “prison angel” of dread New¬ 
gate, in London. So she established a social settlement in Port- 



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land, Me., put it on a good running basis, persuaded a young 
woman to train for head worker, and the following year turned 
the work over to her—realizing that there was not enough money 
in this work for a living. She returned to New York to look for 
work, her personal friends were bankers and brokers, and they 
only required stenographers. She registered at ten agencies— 
from which to this day she never has heard a word. She did, 
however, get some translating from French and German—which 
didn’t pay even moderately well. 

How our friends love us—if we, in adversity, don’t bother 
them! But there always are coral atolls in the Pacific of ingrati¬ 
tude. In E. Frye Barker’s case it was the round and cheery face 
of a business acquaintance who asked her if she knew anything 
of editorial work. She immediately said “Yes,” altho at the time 
she was not sure whether editors wrote with a pencil or a pen. 

The University Publishing Co. needed help on its editorial staff. 
Followed her entrance into the editorial field—thru an interview 
with the president. She frankly stated that she had had no 
experience in the business world, and volunteered to work the first 
month for nothing, resolved to live on ham-and-hope for four 
weeks. So she was inducted into the editorial staff. If she was 
worth anything she was to be paid; if not, discharged. Her first 
two weeks comprised the monotonous duty of copying data in the 
old Astor Library. Then she was asked if she could write a 
biography, and told to write a sample one. The next two weeks 
were spent in reading galley proof! At the end of the month 
she was told that as she had worked without question or murmur 
at the mediocre tasks cheerfully and thoroly accomplished, she 
would be put permanently on the editorial staff. Looming larger 
on her horizon now arose the advertising idea! And she had a 
salary! She was put to work on a set of books, each book with 
a big man for the editor, and sub-editors to do the work. Thus 
she began the editorial work of preparing biographies, writing 
editorials for the books and revising manuscripts. During this 
time, Hamilton Wright Mabie was so pleased with the work that 
she had done as his sub-editor that he borrowed her from the firm 
to do research work for himself and sent her a personal check 
besides her regular salary. 

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55 1 


looking for the salient points of business; learning to touch in 
the high lights, and where to put the little red spot on the canvas. 
Her tracks were merging toward the great world of American 
advertising. 

One thought pursued her constantly: “Take a course in adver¬ 
tising! ’ And she did. Working at night, and doing the salaried 
work by day. At last she applied for a position with the largest 
advertising concern in the country, The Geo. Batten Co. 

“What can you do?” asked the president. 

“Try me!” answered E. Frye Barker, bravely. 

“Here is a set of twelve books,” said the president. “We have 
to have a two-page magazine advertisement written for these in 
forty-eight hours. Go to work !” 

She worked all that night and all the next night. But the “ad” 
was in the hands of the president on time. 

She heard nothing for two weeks—and then one morning there 
came a note from the advertising firm bidding her to “call at the 
office.” 

Promptly she responded, and the world swam before her eyes 
when the president offered her a position in the famous advertising 
office—at twice the salary she was then making. 

She found the position no bed of roses. Her hard work had 
only just begun. But—the snap to “hard work” when you are 
in your chosen field! Constantly to create new ideas for material 
that constantly has been advertised before, and still is being adver¬ 
tised—that’s a serious job. But it was tremendously good train¬ 
ing for the big success coming. When the first week’s salary 
came in, a check for five dollars for the first two-page advertise¬ 
ment was also handed to her; and little as it was, Miss Barker 
gloried in it, for it was the door opened into the advertising world. 
She longed to frame that check, but stern bread and butter 
demands overcame sentiment. She began to learn the details of 
placing advertisements; the “set-up” and display of type; the 
form of contracts for advertising space, and how to fit your 
pungent word into space measured by the agate rule. She believed 
that she had reached her goal. But no! 

On the edge of stepping up into the managership of the adver¬ 
tising department of a magazine, Miss Barker came down with 
malignant diphtheria. Result, submergence of plans. Upon 




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returning from recuperation in the South, she found herself in 
New York City, with no position. Money losses followed in 
ventures of floating calendars. Banished to out-of-doors’ life by 
brutally frank doctors, she became a life insurance agent, tho 
feeling that she never could sell a gold dollar for one hundred 
cents. However, she applied some valuable advertising ideas to 
this work, and learned some lessons. But she acknowledged that 
she was a failure at this job. Still behind the big forehead of 
this woman there was a novel wisdom which she had wrung from 
experience. 

Finally health returned. Then the start in the advertising busi¬ 
ness on her own responsibility, swimming with the tide that was 
to bear her to success. 

The prominent firm for whom she had worked was nobly kind 
to her, sending her work and frankly stating that “no one can 
write advertisements for books as you do.” 

The Ubrad Co. was so pleased with the advertising work done 
for them that Miss Barker was made one of their board of 
directors. She wrote booklets and advertisements for such well- 
known firms as American Tobacco Co., Borden’s Milk Co., etc., 
conducted a woman’s and also a children’s page in a trades paper. 
Upon request of the Geo. A. Powers Printing concern, and also 
of a lithograph firm, she agreed to write the advertisements for 
their clients. How many sides there are to advertising! The 
president of the University Publishing Company, who first gave 
her her start, asked her to undertake a department for answering 
the letters of mothers on what their children should read. 

When the war came upon us, Miss Barker was equipped to 
plunge into the advertising side of it, and she wrote and spoke, 
without recompense, for the Liberty Loans, the Hospital Drives, 
and for the Red Cross. 

It has been said that all writing people sooner or later enter the 
“movie” field. Miss Barker is no exception to this. She has 
written advertisements for the picture people; also photo-plays, 
and numberless synopses of other people’s plays for the use of 
advance agents; she has written books, “Successful Photoplay 
Writing,” “The Art of Photoplay Writing,” “When to Sell Your 
Manuscripts.” Even with all this work she finds time to be a 
historian and has written several genealogies. The bold and 





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gentle spirit of her pioneer ancestors doubtless aids her here. The 
great War has taught us all that the veil is thinner than we have 
any idea of. 

Now, after a hard, earnest, uphill struggle, E. Frye Barker 
holds the unique place of consulting advertiser, she writes only 
under contract, answering all letters, but granting interviews 
only by appointment. And she emphatically states that “real 
advertisers are born, not made.” 



















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